Appreciation of abstracts from Haruki Murakami“s “Norwegian Forest“

2020-08-03 05:54:06 0 Comment 1970 views
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When we were young, we pursued passion, but when we were mature, we were obsessed with mediocrity. After we seek, hurt, and deviate, we can still beli

  1. When we were young, we pursued passion, but when we were mature, we were obsessed with mediocrity. After we look for, hurt, and deviate, we can still believe in love as always. This is a kind of courage. Everyone has his own piece of forest, and those who are lost are lost, and those who meet will meet again.

Appreciation of abstracts from Haruki Murakami“s “Norwegian Forest“

2. Don’t just hold hands because of loneliness, and then rely on it. It’s good for people to be free. Even if they wander, that kind of experience is easier to live in jail, so I deliberately don’t let myself Taiyi on the InternetLai, keep an indifferent attitude towards those who are lost. Thousands of people pass by. Whoever you give a chance will have fate with you. Even if there is no A, there will be B.

Appreciation of abstracts from Haruki Murakami“s “Norwegian Forest“

3. At the time of our youth, we will always unknowingly look into the distance again and again, full of longing for the road in the distance, although it will appear and disappear, full of confusion. Sometimes it's like being tightly surrounded by dense fog, and only one can understand the confusion and helplessness. Although a little lonely, despite the confusion and helplessness, I still face it bravely, because this is my youth, noIt's someone else's, only mine.

4. I think of many things that I have lost in my life journey in the past-wasted years, people who have died or left, and irretrievable regrets

5. No one likes to be alone, but doesn't like disappointment.

6. Because I love you, I often want to apologize to you. My love is heavy and dirty, with many unpleasant things in it, such as sadness, sorrow, self-pity, and despair. My heart is so fragile, and I am always defeated by these negative emotions, as if struggling more and more in a swamp. The more it sinks. And I love you, just want to drag you in, but hope you save me.

Appreciation of abstracts from Haruki Murakami“s “Norwegian Forest“

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