A beautiful definition of love that I found in Yann Martel’s new book, „The High Mountains of Portugal”.
„Love is a house with many rooms, this room to feed the love, this one to entertain it, this one to clean it, this one to dress it, this one to allow it to rest, and each of these rooms can also just as well be the room for laughing or the room for listening or the room for telling one’s secrets or the room for sulking or the room for apologizing or the room for intimate togetherness, and, of course, there are the rooms for the new members of the household. Love is a house in which plumbing brings bubbly new emotions every morning, and sewers flush out disputes, and bright windows open up to admit the fresh air of renewed goodwill. Love is a house with an unshakable foundation and an indestructible roof.”
„The High Mountains of Portugal,” by Yann Martel, was published in February 2016 by Spiegel & Grau, an imprint of Random House, a division of Penguin Random House. You can also find the book on Amazon.com.Semnat de LaRevista.ro