Animal Farm by George Orwell or do you know any pigs?

10 minutes ago I finished reading George Orwell’s Animal Farm and it came to my mind that I know some pigs who seem to be loving and caring but in reality they think only about themselves. I did not read any reviews of the books before I started to read the book because I trusted only the recommendations that had come across on the Internet. Even though the animal fable refers to communism or socialism, I can trace some reference to the present days.

We all belong to some communities, especially those who go to work every day and have to put with the arrogance of the team leader. In my case, I have to deal with a person who claims to treat everyone equally but in fact behaves as if I was the least important part of the team. There are some more people that are treated in the way I am, and this discrepancy between his actual thoughts and the way he threats us is driving me crazy. He is like Napoleon in Animal Farm: attempts to remind use how hardworking we have to be and do not evaluate the efforts we put into our work. That’s a shame.

Don’t be have like a pig. Please.



How much of the Little Women do you have inside?

I have just finished reading Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women and decided to share some thoughts about it. I think it is about  not only about femininity but also about how a person should strive to achieve his/her goals. According to the book, all that a person need is happiness, and it manifests itself in a variety of ways.

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The As if Principle by Richard Wiseman vs The Secret by Rhonda Byrne

What book do you prefer? How do you motivate yourself? Do you have some tricks? I do not like self-motivation books, because they seem to be boring. BUT I did come up with two books that made me aware of the power of mind.  The two books are The Secret and The As if Principle, and if you have not read these, I recommend you doing so to challenge your mind.

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