Apparently my days have bloomed lately. Stepping on a path that I can barely choose what life is should be. Waw I should give a compliment for my own statement Sounds so philosophy isnt it Sometimes a friend of mine asks a question Yuta, you honestly make me think for so many times just for interpreting what you meant to be. So folly I am or so vague communicator you are!!
Well It can be both. I love to give vague statements just because it can be multi-interpreted. Were not solely living in a small box, in a black-white area or even in pragmatic social cycles. On the one hand, everyone might have their own opinions how to perceive their world. So, there is no absolute reality then. By the way, I dont want to perplex anybody. A lesson to be learnt, Im keen on to philosophy. For that, I can blame to someone who trig my questioning modes. He is a Norwegian for sure. He inspires everyone by his masterpiece of writing. He often uses children perspectives in his novels. The important one, he has labyrinth the way of thinking. Like a maze, his works are meta-fiction where there are stories within stories. Can you guess who is he
Cmon babes! It is so easyespecially for someone who loves Kabalmysteriet and Sofies verdenHave a clue Yuppp! Those book titles are in original titles in Norway languages. The most popular one are The Solitaire Mystery and Sophies World. Oh my Goodness, his novels has been my most-bring-stuff for almost one decade. Throw back moments, when I felt impressed of his quotes for those stories.
Life is both sad and solemn. We are led into a wonderful world, we meet one another here, greet each other and wander together for a brief moment. Then we lose each other and disappear as suddenly and unreasonably as we arrived.
― Jostein Gaarder, Sophies World
A philosopher knows that in reality he knows very little. That is why he constantly strives to achieve true insight. Socrates was one of these rare people. He knew that he knew nothing about life and about the world. And now comes the important part: it troubled him that he knew so little.
― Jostein Gaarder, Sophies World
Even now, Im witched by his magnificent words. A depth story has been told by a depth interpretation. The stories are about a life, a humans journey to barely walk on their own path which is totally created just for an individual.
Our lives are part of a unique adventure Nevertheless, most of us think the world is normal and are constantly hunting for something abnormallike angels or Martians. But that is just because we dont realize the world is a mystery. As for myself, I felt completely different. I saw the world as an amazing dream. I was hunting for some kind of explanation of how everything fit together.
― Jostein Gaarder, The Solitaire Mystery
I dont want to retell or give a review for Jostein Gaarders books. I dont want to influence readers interpretations. Let you find or feel the soul word by words. Play around with blurry understanding.
Anyway, one of his books indeed has become my turn point to feel Gods existence. Surely, Jostein and I have different point of view for religiosity things. Like he wrote in Sophies World Superstitious. What a strange word. If you believed in Christianity or Islam, it was called faith. But if you believed in astrology or Friday the thirteenth it was superstition! Who had the right to call other peoples belief superstition
Actually, I can spend lot of time for responding the question. In this sense, Im totally believed that faith is a blessed, logic and a choice to be experienced. Can faith is renamed as superstitious The answers are handling by peoples choice to give a certain meaning of it. Okay..Its gonna difficult to give a mass agreement though.
Anyway.. Gaarders books are a lighter for exhausted souls At the end, they can fulfill your wild imagination for being wilder, they can sharpen your mind to be more critiques, they might only good-partners to accompany you in afternoon tea-time, or even they can be a compound of absurd thoughts for your important life.
It is about your choice !!! You own your life indeed.!