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  • He always thought that persons were like books.

    Some books are hardcover, some paperback. Some are too long; others are too short. Some can keep you awake or interested for days and after you finish them, you keep on going back to them, always.

    Some are boring and you can't read more than few pages. Some are scary and you are afraid of keep on reading.

    Some books teach you things that you didn't know; open your eyes and make you feel. Some are expensive and fancy; others are simple and plain.

    "If persons were like books, the world would be an immense library" he thought. "Reading would be the way we build our relationships. You can choose to read some books but others definitely come into your hands by pure chance"

    In that immense library, some books will never be read. Nobody will read those pages, those words. This made him very sad.

    "If we all are like books, who will read me?"
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