I finally finished reading "The Fault In Our Stars". It was perfect. Ok, so perhaps you've noticed how all my critiques are positive when it comes to books. But I can't find something I did not like about it. It was mournful though, but that's just part of life I guess. I know all characters are fictional, but it's not so far from reality, and that's what makes it melancholic. It's been a while since a book has made me cry. However, I must confess that this book (by far) moved me more than "Looking For Alaska". But I recommend both books. I can't wait until the movie is released, although like always, the book will remain a gazillion times better. Now the next book on my list is Divergent.
So besides that, I don't really have a topic in mind to write about. That's why I've decided to share with you some Instagram pictures. I miss photography, my camera is usually placed away in some part of my closet. Nevertheless, at least Instagram serves as a mere distraction. I should seriously take up photography again.
Look what I bought! I finally got the Divergent book, but this is the Spanish version. I would have preferred it in English, but oh well. Even though, before starting this one, I have to finish The Fault in Our Stars, which I've recently begun. But since I'm in the middle of midterm exams, I haven't been able to read much. I want to be done with it before the movie comes out. I've just noticed how Shailene Woodley is starring in the movies of these two books. Which reminds me, I never finished watching The Secret Life of the American Teenager, I wonder how that show ended. Speaking of shows, I haven't been able to catch up on Pretty Little Liars. Oh gosh.
So I was looking through my Tumblr page and I saw the image below. I reblogged that image a while back, but now I thought about the question more carefully. What would you do if you weren't afraid? The answers can be simple, such as: if I weren't afraid of heights, I'd go paragliding. But it can also go beyond that. What if you were no longer afraid of taking risks? No longer apprehensive about confessing your love to a special someone; not being scared of moving to a different city and pursuing your dreams; no longer caring about what others might think. Fear is inevitable, but I guess each person decides how they allow fear to control them. Now, considering my personality, I'm not much of a risk-taker, but I will be keeping this in mind.