Archive for July, 2013

Finally, I watched “Atonement”. I haven’t read the book, but the movie was so sad. I was so hoping for a different ending… I know, the movie wasn’t just about WW2.

When I was a kid I always liked the books about World War 2. The characters in those books were the heroes, but I never thought about how was it like – being at war. My grandma didn’t tell me much, even when I asked. Now I think because she saw a lot and she didn’t really wanted to share her pain. Also she probably didn’t want to scare me. I hope my son will never know the damage the war can bring.


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“Whatever life takes away from you, let it go”

– Miguel Ruiz, The Four Agreements.

I found this quote while looking what to put in my next emails that I am sending to my friends every morning. Usually every email contains one picture – a funny one or a piece of beauty. Sometimes I am adding a quote to it.

Now… The first thought after I read this quote was “how to let go if life takes away your health?” Do I even understand the concept of letting go? How can one be calm and accepting the fact that he/she isn’t healthy anymore? 

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shaffer Today I finished reading this book and now I am still living in it… It was a really good book with a wonderful and touching story written in a letter-style. I was excited to find out how it is going to end and now I am sad the book is done. After this kind of books it’s hard to find the next book to read that will be as good.

I was reading reviews on Goodreads and was surprised to see that some people didn’t like this book. They hated it, in fact. I wanted to leave a comment – “how can you judge a book by reading just a few pages??”…

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A favourite key

What is your favourite key? Major? Minor? Sharps or flats? Or maybe just plain C major? Well, if you think of it, C major isn’t that plain…

For some reason, I like B flat Major. Those two flats are… special.

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