“Reading is essential for those who seek to rise above the ordinary.” ~ Jim Rohn
My first book must’ve been something my mother read to me while I was still in the womb.
I loved Dr. Seuss, and own a collection of all his stories. I loved fairy tales and Aesop’s Fables.
My favorite stories always had some sort of lesson to learn, after all, the purpose of life is to learn lessons along the way.
The ghost girl who plays the piano with no hands, stands in the corner of my dorm room once a year around Halloween, and I don’t trust strangers’ intentions nor my friends’ judgments of character because you never really know a person; I read and I learned that monsters aren’t real, but men are.
A lot of people make a lot of mistakes in fiction and I’ve learned to take their cautionary tales to heart.
I read my mother’s psychology books and astrology books and couldn’t see why people think Capricorns lack imagination because I’m one of the most creative people I’ve ever met.