What Would Make You Happy?

If I had the chance to disappear  for a whole day, I think I would run away to the woods or to a small provincial european town.

Someplace where nobody knows me, and where no one would miss me when I’m gone. A place where I could really be myself and just hear my own voice.

There I could find out who I really am and what I really need to feel complete. I could be happy and do the little things that I like without having to listen to anyone.

I could talk alone or with animals and stones, without being called crazy. I could gorge on sweets without worrying about clothes or weight. I could lose hours for returning  home. I could get rid of anger and grief. I could dance without music. I could sing out a song that nobody likes. I could walk barefoot. I could pretend that life is perfect. I could pretend to put my life in hands of fate, and now I have no responsibility.

I could feel free.

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The Beginning

Everything I like, I like very hard and this is not always healthy, but I can’t help myself. As time passes by, you’ll notice that every single thing about me is a little bit stranger and a little bit dangerous.

So, this wordpress blog will help me to express my tastes and whatever a thought is interesting.

List the 5 most important books you’ve read

1. Firmin – Sam Savage

This book is about an little mouse who learns to read, and for all it’s  knowledge,  the little mouse end up sad, lonely and disturbed. I saw a lot of myself on this character, who’s full of humanity and imperfections.

2. 1984 – George Orwell

It talks about an futuristic civilization that has been dominated by a corrupt and dictatorial gorvernment. The characters found themselves obeying nonsense orders, and starts to ask themselves about the truly intentions of the party. 

3. The Catcher In The Rye – J.D. Salinger

Is a romance about a schizophrenic teenager boy and the dramas involving his mental disturbing and his age. Everybody would found something about them in this book.

4. The Girl With Glass Feet – Ali Shaw

St. Hauda’s Land is a disturbing island that keeps the most incredible things where Ida came from the continent for help, because she is turning into glass. There Ida meets Midas, a fragile and shy photographer and they fall for each other.

5. Ulisseia – Wilbur Smith

A pirate tale. Talks about the adventure of Henry Courtney after a series of misadventures, for clean his father’s honor.