Meandering Thoughts

So… after the random rambling of Proust bored me, I decided to go for another book full of seemingly aimless thoughts, but this one is 100 times more interesting.

What makes it interesting? I think mainly because it is about things in the real world, interesting facts, thoughtful insights on people, places and things… instead of personal things about the writer, and the writer’s family. Because of that, it doesn’t come off as so self indulgent.

I’m enjoying it a lot so far!

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