It is a wonderful thing to have role models, and to emulate others in order to achieve similar results. But it is another thing entirely to want to be somebody else.
So I turned towards my bookshelf, which was overflowing with new and old copies of different books. I had forgotten how much fun reading was.
In high school, every day is just another struggle to get all of my homework done and still get enough sleep to function the next day.
Finding time to read books is an extremely difficult task. Occasionally, though, I still take out a few of my favorite books and sit down on the old couch in the basement. I realize that I forget how amazing books are and how they are more effective at providing an escape from reality than the Internet or television.
I really do take books for granted and let them sit for months on my bookshelf without even giving it a second thought. Every book pulls me into a new world, filled with new people and a new situation.
Their stories make me laugh, cry and feel their pain, every ounce of it. I have all kinds of books stacked up in my basement, in every genre you can think of. And they all offer a different experience for me, a different journey to go on. When I was younger, I used to be addicted to reading.
I still remember the day I finished a chapter book for the first time and the ecstasy I felt. I have all my picture books from my childhood; I remember taking them all out and reading dozens of them in a day. I would cherish each page, each illustration, each word.
I saw every book as a magical world, far away from our own. I often yearned to step into a book and leave everything behind. I struggle to find time to become completely absorbed in a novel and lose track of all time.
But when I do find time to read, I realize it is the best form of entertainment I will ever have. As summer approaches, my bookshelf continues to call out to me.Need a little more action?
Try walking meditation in nature. Focus on your steps and your breath as you walk. Focus on the beautiful nature around you. Clear you mind of all your trouble. Put reality on hold. Books. Escape reality . One of the main reasons for its popularity, is that it allows people to escape from the reality of their life.
Whatever they may not like about themselves, or their lives, can be changed in Second Life. So, reality is the plausible reaction to an event.
So, in order to escape reality, you would have to create a reaction that would not have occurred because of a scientific reaction, or a reaction that could have a physical law to explain it. I saw every book as a magical world, far away from our own.
I often yearned to step into a book and leave everything behind. Now that I’m older, I have drifted away from the enchanted world of books. I struggle to find time to become completely absorbed in a novel and lose track of all time.
Reading provides needed escape from reality. by.
Reading is my Escape from Reality. Follow my journey through children's books, young adult books & even some adult books. Tag: Quotes Every. Single. Thing. who you are, no matter where you live, and no matter how many people are chasing you, what you don’t read is often as important as what you do read.
The Vile Village Chapter 1. Music Is An Escape From Reality When words fail, music speaks.
every concert. Every karaoke session, every personal performance, and every viewing. Every possible memory. Don't EVER try to talk to me when my earphones are intact. Chances are, you are interrupting something very important and eventful.
Music is passion. Your heart and.