January 29, 2011

Eat Pray Love

I just finished a fabulous book by Elizabeth Gilbert. It's the story of a woman in her early thirties that had everything a modern American woman was supposed to want. She had a husband, a beautiful country home, and she was successful. Instead of feeling happy and fulfilled, she was consumed by panic and confusion. She set out on a journey that took her across the world for a year. She ate in Italy while learning the language, prayed in India while perfecting meditation with self discipline, and experienced the essence of love not only for herself but others while living in Indonesia.

I found myself consumed the minute I started to read. It was as though I took the journey with her. My husband bought me both the book and movie for Christmas. I didn't want to watch the story first but rather experience what she went through on a deeper level. Now, I cant wait to see the movie! Eat Pray Love is a must read for all women! Kudos to you Elizabeth, you did a great job.


Olujide Festus said...

Kudos to Elizabeth, seriously its a good job... I will love to read the book too.

Cầm Trương Thị Mộng said...

I love your post. So great! Thank you for your post.
Trương Cầm
Beautyful girl at Sakura Beauty Corp

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kold_kadavr_ flatliner said...

i RITE, too.
See here the prologue
of our maaany novelties
in the Great Beyond, dear:

This lifetime is o-so-short;
eternity is muuuuch larger
than our teeny-weeny universe.
So why NOT love...
and gain Heaven Above??
Better than hate which ol Lucifer
who's chained like a snarlin pitbull
does with gymnastic finesse.

trustNjesus, earthling...
and win Seventh-Heaven.
You'll have a blast N a half
for infinite E T E R N I T Y
as you goto an exotic, erotic,
exploding party-hardy Upstairs
dancing away the evening with
caviar/lox N baklava with no
eXcitable, eXceeding eXpense withheld...

Make Your Choice -SAW
Google+: kold_kadavr_ flatliner

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