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Do you remember the first story you ever read, and the impact it had on you?
It wasn't something I read, but rather the fairy tales my parents told me. I enjoyed them a lot and loved it when my mom or dad read story books for me. But one day, they told me I had to start reading myself, so I did, though unwantingly.
Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
Yes. I was about 7 or 8 years old, maybe a year older. I was fascinated by butterflies, and each summer I'd take out my butterfly net and go "hunting". After catching a butterfly and carefully examining it I would let it go, of course. I made notes about them, and started writing a book about different species, conditions for growing them and reproduction. I almost finished the book, actually!
Hear Me is a collection of poems about the passage of time, about the questions every person asks themselves at least once in their lifetime, about the beauty of nature, about the way we feel or the state of our mind and heart in difficult or hopeless situations. In these poems, I focus on both depressive and warm-to-the-heart themes and topics.
New to gluten-free baking and have no idea what to do? Then this book is for you! Short, but precise, easy to read, 15 Tips for Gluten-Free Baking takes the 15 most important advices a beginner in this field should know and makes them accessible to wide audiences.
Hercules: Greek Mythology Explained
on Sep. 03, 2017
This is a wonderful book with fascinating story narration and understandable explanation of the Greek myth cycle of Hercules. I cannot express how much I loved the book, and I actually read it on one breath. I have always been interested in mythology, and I have always known the myths of Heracles, but this book showed me a different view on what his story actually meant. And I am very thankful to the author, and very happy that I found and read this book.
Hercules: Greek Mythology Explained deals with the spiritual journey that Heracles went through in order to become "enlightened" and improve himself, as well as cleanse his soul. I would recommend the book to anyone who is even barely interested in mythology, because this book will sure erise their interest. And of course, I do very much agree with Robert D. Jones's last words on how our society has come to perceive these myths as mere entertainment and has lost any sense of greatness and hidden context. I believe, this is happening because people have stopped trying to learn something new, like Prometheus bound, but people are doing it consciously, only looking for entertainment and passive kind of 'fun'.