There are two things that define me; reading and traveling.
When I was a little, I had a book before I could read. That’s why when I was 4 years old, I asked my parents to buy me a book though I couldn’t read. The book itself was without any pictures and contained over 300 pages. In fact, I finished it when I was nine.
Today, my yearly target is to read 200 books. I am an omnireader. I read almost every genre of books. I read novels, poems, philosophy, graphic novels, comics, religion, politics, science, conspiracy, classics, biography, text-book, economy, history, and others. They help me to expand my horizon—the way I look at the world. I regularly visit bookstores, join book clubs, attend book discussions, and anything else which are correlated with literary activities.
Meanwhile reading keeps my brain working and feeding, traveling makes me alive. Every new place delivers new experiences, never the same. Every time I stand on the peak of a mountain, I feel my lungs inflate with the onrush of scenery; air, mountains, sky, grass, breeze, trees, clouds, stones, rain, people. I think, this is what it is to be happy. My concept of happiness is very simple; walking on the grass, laying on the sand, reading good books, watching great films, listening to awesome music, gazing at night skies, being alone, or talking and walking with someone on the peak of a mountain.
And this blog is dedicated to all book lovers and nature seekers.