It’s Not How Good You Are, It’s How Good You Want To Be by Paul Arden My rating: 4 of 5 stars It’s Not How Good You Are, It’s How […]
This is Yuanchao, writer and law student at City University of Hong Kong “Dating the Moon Through Music” Two weeks ago, days before the approaching Mid-Autumn Festival, the full moon […]
“To do great work,” write the authors, “you need to feel that you’re making a difference. That you’re putting a meaningful dent in the universe. That you’re part of something important” (p 31).
The Kite Runner (2003) by Khaled Hosseini is not a true story and this needs to be clear. Crystal clear. Much of the hype surrounding this fictive world from individuals who often spoke to me about this book was that the story was a true one. If you think Khaled is the boy Amir who witnesses his servant and childhood friend, Hassan, being anally raped in an alley and does nothing and then seeks a life-long journey of redemption, then I am afraid your credulity may make it difficult to separate fact from fiction in any story or event.