Veronika Decides to Die epitomizes the importance of life. And even though, very ironically, it is based on death and suicide, it makes the reader want to live his or her life like it’s a miracle. It depicts the beautiful art of being mad, embracing it, incorporating it within your life and absolutely loving it. Yes, Coelho takes the overused and mundane idiom, ‘live like there’s no tomorrow,’ and gives it a whole new meaning.
You can never learn the importance of something sweet until you have tasted the bitter. Veronika learns the importance of life only after her blood in consumed in Vitriol (you’ll understand what I am saying after you read the book).
Coelho tells us the importance of embracing our true selves and becoming incoherently mad, to discard the restrictive roles that society had carefully modelled us into and to accept our differences and just move on. For him, those who are mad are the ones who truly live; they are free and emotionally alive.
♥ pls kindly Self collect at my block at Kallang Bahru..
Selling it to make space for move, & to raise funds for mum's medical hospital bills.
■ No Refunds, No Returns
■ No Exchanges
■ No Mailing
Buyers, pls do not PM me, ask me for details, or questions.. then u M.I.A
my heart has been broken many times
After a period, I will just log off from my carousell account & donate my stuff to an overseas orphanage & to their teachers
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(Pending Reservation) Pls PM me ONLY if you are Sincere Buyer. We can always negotiate on price. Thank u
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