Reading, part two… Lidia, Franz, and me.

7 thoughts on “Reading, part two… Lidia, Franz, and me.”

    1. “looking squarely at life will liberate you” This is another form of “Having the courage to break your own heart”.
      What a great blog Gayle.
      I hope you are getting my comments. Not sure if I’m doing it right, meaning not sure if you’re seeing my comments. Please let me know.

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      1. Hi Maxe, Yes! Getting your comments. At last! 🙂 You’re right I think. “looking squarely at life will liberate you” is another form of “having the courage to break your own heart”. Thank you for discovering their alignment in your reading of my writings. I think I am having better luck writing my way into my truths than I was having thinking my way there. xoxo

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  1. Totally agree about books that break the heart open. The books (and I wouldn’t want to leave out poems) that release tears are always my favorites. For me, these are often, maybe usually, about suffering, the hard stuff that many readers avoid as “too depressing.” But they can also be about courage (as you say) or the poignancy of feeling deeply into joy and beauty.

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