Today I finished reading a wonderful, inspiring, romantic, funny and very profound novel named “How to Fall in Love” by Cecilia Ahern (http://www.amazon.com/How-Fall-Love-Cecelia-Ahern-ebook/dp/B00CR41SD0/ref=sr_1_3?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1422392892&sr=1-3&keywords=cecelia+ahern).
I highly recommend it to both lovers of reading and writing.
Here are three quotes from this novel, which I would like to share:
The first two are quotations by other authors used in this book.
P. 207: “The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched – they must be felt wit the heart.” Helen Keller
… “Believe you can and you’re halfway there.” Theodore Roosevelt
P. 412 (the final passage in the book): “… Life is a series of moments and moments are always changing, just like thoughts, negative and positive. And though it may be human nature to dwell, like many natural things it’s senseless, senseless to allow a single thought to inhabit a mind because thoughts are like guests or fair-weather friends. As soon as they arrive, they can leave, and even the ones that take a long time to emerge fully can disappear in an instant. Moments are precious; sometimes they linger and other times they’re fleeting, and yet so much could be done in them; you could change a mind, you could save a life and you could even fall in love.” Cecelia Ahern
Picture: A very precious moment in my daily life: Niklas taking care of his little sister in the early morning before heading with his Dad to kindergarten. He played a lullaby to Emma on a small music box in form of a little donkey. I heard the music playing and when I came to the living room, this is what I saw and my heart melted.