To start with it is worthy to mention that the word “time” itself is a rather vague category. Of course each person has 12 hours in his or her day but the matter is that some people find this period sufficient for finishing their daily routine duties and the other ons suffer from lack of time constantly. Generally the phrase “I’m pressed for time today” is no more than a mere excuse. Someone may oppose and claim that he really lacks time every single day. To write an average article is not an extremely sophisticated task but it still requires a couple of hours at least. But where one may find that couple of hours? If you suppose that you can’t write a valuable text only because you are constantly busy you may find these tips quite helpful.
There are times when you do not know what you want to read. May be it should be a detective story, or some romantic novel, or interesting biography. It was this period of hesitation when I came upon the book of Milan Kundera which is called “The Unbearable Lightness of Being” and understood at once that it was exactly what I needed.
Kundera was a Czech writer who lived in a historical epoch and witnessed the establishing of communist regime in his country. He was greatly interested in acute political issues and wrote a lot about the political situation in the country. But at the same time, he managed to reveal his talent in creating some painfully beautiful love story. “The Unbearable Lightness of Being” tells the story of Tomas and Tereza. Their love is so natural that it looks almost impossibly real. Another interesting feature of this novel is its unique style. It seems that the words addressed not to the readers’ eyes and minds but to their hearts instead. Kundera has a wonderful talent of presenting even the most routine things in the poetic light and, what’s even stranger, it does not sound pathetic at all.