It is easy to crush an enemy outside oneself but impossible to defeat an enemy within.
Japanese novelist Eiji Yoshikawa (born August 11, 1892) is best known for his historical work Musashi, a vivid account of the life of a samurai. The author’s real name was Yoshikawa Hidetsugu, and primary school was the extent of his formal education. But he went on to write more books on Japanese historical figures, and he won major awards and was highly regarded for his literary achievements, historical knowledge, and psychological insight.
An adult coloring book based on inspiring cancer quotes is a lovely item to help you or a loved one through their journey. Blank pages have been inserted between the artwork for ideas, journaling, or for anything that comes to mind to write down.
As someone who has been through this journey, I hope that this coloring book and journal with some amazing inspiring quotes, help you or your loved ones win your fight!
No one can truly know how it feels, but from one survivor and fighter to another, writing down your feelings and journey, will not only help you, but it can also be a conversation to your loved ones on how you feel. I have also provided inspirational quotes specifically to our illness that can be uplifting and colorful once you’ve used your pens, pencils, or crayons to create your masterpiece!
To every cancer Fighter, you all are in my thoughts and prayers!
Serious literature does not exist to make life easy but to complicate it.
Polish novelist and playwright Witold Gombrowicz (born August 4, 1904) produced works that examined humanity from a psychological standpoint and were considered forerunners of the genre known as Theatre of the Absurd. His first novel, Ferdydurke, exposed the fundamental immaturity of people. Gombrowicz had trained as a lawyer at the University of Warsaw, and throughout his life he didn’t hesitate to challenge established opinions.
In the planning stage of a book, don’t plan the ending. It has to be earned by all that will go before it.
Happy birthday, Rose Tremain! The award-winning British novelist (Restoration, Music & Silence, The Road Home) focuses on historical narratives and the lives of outsiders. She studied English as an undergraduate at the University of East Anglia in the U.K., later taught creative writing there, and is now the chancellor—the first writer, woman, and UEA graduate to step into that role.