First I’d like to apologize for not updating this blog. Apparently many of you Dearest Readers manage to stumble your way to this blog and kindly submit your comments and questions.
I left for PTT few months ago, and internet connection was rather problematic. But now that I’m back to the world of internet connection, I hope I can maintain this blog better.
One thing, keep reading, keep learning.
I recently found a strange, almost mystical attraction to this book in an english book store. It was put under a display table, the only copy left in the store. A bit pricey, but what english book isn’t. The back cover only mentions this one quote from the book:
“What’s terrible is to pretend that the second-rate is the first-rate. To pretend that you don’t need love when you do; or you like your work when you know quite well you’re capable of better.”
A statement that boldly shows ambition and determination for achieving the best from yourself.
This book is The Golden Notebook, by Doris Lessing.
I’m lucky to have found this book (although “accidentally”), and I just started reading it. I’m sure to share my thoughts about this book after I read it (the whole 635 pages).
Whether you’re a book lover, or a doctor, please keep reading, keep learning. You’ll enrich your life.