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Why is reading such an important aspect in our lives? Is it still considered a necessity or is it just another hobby? Here's why reading is important.
For the love of poetry, which, transcending culture and language, reveals humanity's soul. (Testament: 400 years of Romanian poetry, Daniel Ioniță, Daniel Reynaud, Adriana Paul, Eva...
In the preface of The Picture of Dorian Gray, we find this statement that claims ”there is no such thing as a moral or an immoral book”.
For some, a reading slump is a tragedy, but I feel it's OK to take a break from books because it's an opportunity to redirect your energy to other activities.
Investing is a weird concept when you apply it to yourself, but rather a really important one. You’d also think that you need money to become a better self, to become a really good-looking, intelligent person, but it all comes from your intentions. In this day and age, when we’re all either scrolling through Instagram or Tik-Tok or watching Youtube videos, the act of „glowing-up” has become more of a trend rather than an intention. This being said, I will try to give you some examples of what you can do to have a glow-up other than get your nails done, dye your hair or buy new clothes to fit your new, much-developed sense of style.
Philosophy has been around since ancient times…literally. But as humans became more and more interested in pragmatic ways to live, philosophy lost...
Learning languages is a fascinating process, albeit a complex one. Here are some of the effects this can have on your mind!
Brain fog can hit anyone at any time, so it's good to know how to regain control by personal means. Here are 5 fascinating ways to do this!
Readers nowadays tend to avoid classic literature, but they don't realise what they're missing out on. These writings from another age can actually be truly fascinating. They can broaden your horizons and allow you access to new perspectives.
5 of the most popular books that send shivers down your spine! Take a peek into the world of horror as imagined by Stephen King.
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