[…] “She had met people who had lost the glow of being alive because they could no longer fight against loneliness and had ended up becoming addicted to it. They were, for most part, people who believed the world to be an undignified, inglorious place, and who spent their evenings and nights talking on and on about the mistakes others had made. They were people whom solitude had made into judges of the world, whose verdicts were scattered to the four winds for whoever cared to listen.” […] (Source: Brida by Paulo Coelho)
As part of the challenge, I wrote the below Haikus based on the quote provided above from Paulo Coelho’s novel “Brida”
Odd one she was,
Younger than others in age,
Wiser than the Aged…
Why did they harbor,
Anger, Pride, Hatred, Envy?
The End same for all!
Transformation … it’s something we have seen here several times, it’s a kind of path to find your inner truth, your inner beauty or your inner love. And that’s the main theme in “Brida” another beautiful novel by Paulo Coelho. “Brida” was published in 1990 and it became a very famous novel within the “wiccan” community all around the world, because the “wiccan” believe (the “religion” of nature, like e.g. Shinto) is
were this novel is about.
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