i’m not really into movies. if i watch it’s either recommended by a friend or an adaptation of a book i already read. not that movies suck. actually they’re good—maybe better than books. it’s just that i don’t have much more time to indulge myself to movies. also, i’m broke. if i have to spend money just to watch a movie, i’d rather spend it for books. yes, that’s how broke i am. but not for books though, there are always ways for a bookworm to buy books.
anyway, i can’t believe i’m doing this just now—blogging about the movies i just watched whether i like them or not. of course, it’s way better to write an entry for each of these movies. but i’m just way too lazy to do such. i guess by comprising them to a one post is a lot better because i don’t have much to say about them anyway. i just want to talk why i like them or the opposite.
i assume everyone has already read this book. i mean, the moment i realized i was in love with books, it was there. the night i binge-watched some youtube videos and got lost to a blogger that recommends books to read, it was there. and the day my cousin donated some books to me, it was one of them. it always has been there.
i have read great books before but i haven’t put so much attention to this. now i’m regretting to have read it this late—it was just last year that i had time to read it—because this book is so good and enticing. the dramatic poignance of this book is truly affecting and learning.
i can’t believe such harsh things happen in church. maybe i was just too numb—or dumb—to not realize this is logically and unlikely possible. maybe i was also too blind to see the hidden truth or the hidden curse of serving these men of this religion. it is God Himself i worship. it’s just too disappointing and shameful to share my faith with these filthy men (so far i haven’t encountered such church leader—particularly a priest, thankfully.)