The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho, I felt like this book was trying to tell me what to think and how to live my life. The author created a plot that makes the philosophy in it true, rather than having the ideas make the book true. I did't agree with it.
Christopher Lowell's You Can Do It!: Small Spaces. Christopher Lowell is the king of creating beautiful, organized, and functional living spaces, and in this book, he tackles the problem of small rooms. With his no-nonsense approach to decorating and getting organized, Christopher Lowell proves that there's no such thing as a room that's too small! Perfect for people getting started with their first apartment or house.
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Being an empath is defined as the ability to apprehend the mental or emotional state of another individual which (depending on the day) is something that empaths will agree can be both a blessing and a curse. Being on the healer side of this sort of equation can be one of the most beautiful things. Energy is so fundamental to our being and possessing the ability to know what someone else is feeling and to help exchange positive energy when a friend is in a crisis is such a loving thing to…
when i saw them idk why but i instantly thought of dragon age origins and the original party like if in the future someone was like "zevran, you knew the hero of ferelden?" and he was like, "yeah, i knew her, there was a time when i knew all of them, we were gonna change the world" and it gave me butterflies