When Letters Formed Words And Words Meant Something

I have always find it amazing how random letters find their way to form words, and these words get woven together to be the sweetest fruit that never existed, yet leaves an aftertaste unlike any other.

To me, one of the best things about being a writer is having something in your head and through pieces of letter coming together, you can make the same, exact thing appear on someone else’s head like magic.

I can say I write an incredible lot of things a day, heck, that is my job, but I wish I can also say the same for reading, but maybe the time will come, but not now.

Here are some books that have transformed my way of thinking, one way or the other:

1. The Art Of Living by Epictetus

2. Chicken Soup for the Writer’s Soul/Teacher’s Soul/Nurse’s Soul

3. Β The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman

4. We Feel Fine by Sep Kamvar and Jonathan Harris

5. The Song Of The Bird by J. Demelo

6. Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom

7. The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown

8. Leaving Microsoft To Change The World by John Wood

9. Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling

10. Dear John by Nicholas Sparks

Somehow I think what books a person reads says a hell of a lot about that person’s personality, and based on this list that I have actually never thought of in the past until now, it tells me that I am… that I…

Like books.

31 thoughts on “When Letters Formed Words And Words Meant Something

    • yun nga eh, naisip ko yung conclusion ng post ko based on the books i read, LOL! sige, sige will check out yang suggestions mo salamat.

  1. half of those i’ve read already. yang harry potter series, i read over and over again. i guess we read it to remind us to believe in “magic.” which is also nice for our souls once in a while. πŸ™‚

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