Happiness can be achieved in many ways. For Liesel, she is able to happiness in books and words while others can find pleasure when they are with their friends. The artwork above depicts three human beings with smiles on their faces enjoying the time that they spend with one another. This is their happiness, just as sitting quietly on a library floor with a book in her hand brings Liesel contentment.
“Willow and the Moon,” from the book “Japanese Ghost Paintings: The Sanyutei Encho Collection at Zensho-an” (Perikansha Publishing, 1995), ISBN: 4-48315-0887-X courtesy of A Journey Around My Skull “Clad in black robesI should have no attractions toThe shapes and scents of this world:But how can I keep my vowsGazing at today’s crimson maple leaves?”— Otagaki Rengetsu (1791–1875)
All of my reading fictional characters :) Hermione, Eleanor, Hazel, Annabeth, Wendy, Matilda, Cath, Shizuku, Belle, Alice, Elizabeth & Liesel. <<< Pinning because of Hermione, Annabeth, Hazel, Wendy, Belle and Alice!
7. The Fault in Our Stars by John Green - This read sounds a little heavy—its protagonist is Hazel, a girl who faces the final chapter of her life after battling a tumor. However, there’s a twist in the plot when an important character arrives at her Cancer Kid Support Group one day…