You have not known what you are.
You have slumbered upon yourself all your life.
Your eyes have been as much as closed most of the time.
What you have done is already in mockeries.

The mockeries are not you.
Underneath them
And within them,
I see you lurk...

-Walt Whitman


of stars and infinities

I HAVE DECIDED that John Green's The Fault in our Stars is fairly far from just an 'okay' read. I find it funny, tragic, and mentally stimulating. Frank as it is honest, it encourages the reader to see things logically, within reason, but not lose the 'heart' aspect of things, and through Gus and Hazel, Green was able to create a third space in which these two realms combine and are reconciled - a tiny infinity which should be experienced by everyone with someone, at least once, in this life so fragile.


Juzzie said...

Yeah. It's a good book and now it's on the silver screen. Can't wait to watch it.

btw. old time blogger friend here.. haha i'm baaaack. lol

kalansaycollector said...

isang john green book pa lang ang nababasa ko and so far gusto ko ang "looking for alaska". i've seen the film version of fault pero base sa napanood ko mas gusto ko pa rin ang looking. hehe

long time no visit ha! :p
kumusta na roooon? naalala mo pa ba ako? hehe

MAY said...

Love the book! Love the movie too.. very sad actually.. but very inspiring to think that love can go as far as what they've felt and shared...