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🤎 Anne of Windy Poplars 🤎

  • My Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

🤎 Seriously... any book of Anne of Green Gables series is always such an endearing, rapturous piece of artwork that never ceases to melt my heart. It's the storyline that is the opposite of dynamic with a certain climax, but everyday highlights that decorate our lives are expressed in the best, wittiest way possible.

🤎I think what makes this book comforting and relaxing is the fact that it alludes to how we should approach problems in our lives. Throughout the book, Anne meets so many people with their own problems and negative viewpoints toward this world. Anne's way of helping them is to uncover the blindfolds on their eyes so they can see the blooming beauty of this world and the bright sunshine casting light on dark shadows in our lives.

🤎There seems to be something so everlasting, magical, and timeless about this book that makes me forget all my fears and worries while reading. The world described in beautiful words somehow make me see the world that way, and if I could read something over and over again until I'm old... this would be one of them because with this, fear of aging, fear of changing, fear of encountering obstacles and difficulties all seem okay somehow. I think this inspiration comes from the fact that no matter what kind of situation it is, Anne knows how to be excited for "Tomorrow" and grateful for "Yesterday." Oh, how I wish I could be like her, I longed while reading. This was such a nice book after reading something so... atrocious.n

🤎One more thing that I liked about this book is that... though Anne is naturally a "happy" person and is prone to see beauty in whatever she sees or does or hears, that doesn't mean her other negative human emotions (jealousy, anger, sadness..) are excluded. They are always portrayed in the most relatable, yet funniest, Anne-like way possible and I'm in love with them. She doesn't banish those emotions, but cherishes and accepts them like others and patiently waits for her positive emotions to take over them. Maybe that's how I should deal with stress in life, it made me think.

🤎QOTD: have you read Anne of Green Gables?


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