I don’t think I collect anything at the moment but I always was very fond of collecting books. This is one reason why I didn’t like lending books to friends because they usually wouldn’t return and I didn’t like to ask back (why should I ask — they should know themselves that they have to return after reading). As a teenager, I was obsessed with having every book of Paulo Coelho stacked in my book shelf (I don’t know where they are now, may be in some bag in our basement). A lot changed when I decided to come to England. Now, when I go back home, my room doesn’t feel like my room (also because recently we shifted into our new home and I have not spend enough time there). In England, I have not quite liked any place as yet so I am shifting from one accommodation to another (year after year) so I don’t think I can afford collecting anything (especially books) with moving around so much at the moment.
I don’t think it’s a collection but I like to have a hard copy of every good (whether it’s old or new) photographs (family, landscapes or anything). Watching pictures on my phone and laptop doesn’t give me that feeling which is achieved when I have photographs in my hands and then I can set them up in a frame or put them in some album.
Until the next post, Live, Love, Inspire & (don’t forget to) Smile. Believe in yourself and you can conquer all your fears.
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