Katrina S. Forest
- Somewhere, NY, USA
- member since December 28, 2008
- Celebrating life is good for us. It's good for our families, our friends and our communities. The positive energy that comes from celebrating is both life affirming and infectious. It is healing and refreshing to cultivate an appreciation for life. An interesting characteristic of celebration is that it tends toward more celebration. There is no right or wrong way to celebrate. Creating rituals and ceremonies of bliss and celebration is up to us to discover. However, the journey to celebrating life can be and should be an artful expression wide open to possibility. It should be organic and free to evolve with us. Celebration isn’t just an appreciation for a special occasion, an event or action. It is a way of living, which implies that it touches all aspect of our lives. Tapping into hidden or undiscovered talents can widen our possibilities and help us experience greater joys.
- by Geneece Hamby
Hi, I like your bookshelf. I recently finished Neverwhere and also liked it a lot. I'm still working through Xenocide, although I admit it has been a struggle to get into it. Ender's Game and Speaker for the Dead were great. I'm curious why you didn't like Eragon? Did you think it was too much like LOTR?