Let me share with you a comment on my blog posting and my response:
n the books you read, but I would very much enjoy hearing your thoughts on their contents. What insights have you gained from Tuesdays with Morrie, for example? What do you think about the theory of the 'historical supression of the feminine' that the DaVinci code offers? While I appreciate the obvious intellectual component of your blog, I feel that it is lacking in depth. What are your opinions on these books? In any case, I thank you for your intelligent and interesting blog, and I wish you well.
Posted by: Heidi | Tuesday, March 09, 2004 at 03:25 PM
Hi Heidi,Thank you for reading my blog and taking time to write to me.It is interesting to know that you and me,with an age difference of more than 20 years,may be 12 time-zones apart,are reading the same books!And now we are communicating our thoughts via cyberspace.
I have finished reading Tuesdays with Morrie but still half-way through Da Vinci Code.
When I mentioned about the books I read in my blog, it was never my intention to give a review of the book because I am just an ordinary reader and I think I am not qualified to enter or to engage into an intellectual discourse about the contents of the book.My intention was to inform my readers that such books are worth reading. I leave to the readers to make their conclusions/opinions.
Since you asked for my views about Tuesdays with Morrie,I found the book is very useful as a guide to live a meaningful life-especially on human relationship.Since I am more than half a century old,I can really "connect" to what Morrie had to say due to my personal life experience. IMHO, older people will understand more than younger people.Just like when a friend asked me whether I know the meaning of poverty. When I said yes, he said no because I never experience poverty. I know but I don't understand.
There are three levels of knowledge:
Next,comes the obvious question: What is a meanigful life? That depends on your beliefs and values.As a muslim, my life is not only for this world but also for the next world(The Hereafter).
On "historical suppression of the feminine", I am sorry that I could not add further comments due to my lack of knowledge on the subject matter.
Thank you for the good wishes.My best regards to you.
Posted by: Adib | Tuesday, March 09, 2004 at 05:55 PM