THE SECRET OF PLEASURES OF READING…
There are lot of things that we love, that gives us immense pleasure be it the pleasure of eating delicious food, or listening to loud music that is to your taste, sitting under the tree and enjoying or meditating to the beauty of nature, inhaling the fresh fragrance of the wet mud during rains or being around children delighting in the soft touch of petals, these indeed are all sorts of pleasures of senses… Reading is however an intellectual pleasure and in today’s world is decreasing. As days pass by we tend to find people being more on their gadgets or watching television. Reading however for a student especially only applicable before exams arrive. That’s how much reading has lost its beauty. Personally I love reading and mostly during my free time I prefer reading.
As told earlier reading is an intellectual pleasure, is the least harmful and also one of the cheapest and easiest form of pleasure. Depends on the reader, there are various elements that make reading a pleasure, the reader may experience a sort of connection to the novel that he/she is reading or appreciate the style of the author, the language skills used in expressing ideas. It could be that the best arrangements of ideas, the logical sequence of thoughts. All these may be combined in what is today known as “Best sellers!”
The pleaure of reading are truly inexhaustible as there are a variety of books to cater to the needs of the reader in the form of essays, novels, drams, sagas, poems as well as speeches… a person may take delight in reading again and again descriptive passages in Macaulay’s essays. It might also be the pleasure of another to read the poems of Shelley and Wordsworth. Scientist say that whenever a person feels dejected, or depressed or under the weather, get into the company of great authors and read their books. Books can always be an unfailing friends as they can never get you in trouble. As in one one of the most famous movies it is said when a guy proposes to a girl, he says “I want to always be like a book, NO COMLAINTS AND NO DEMANDS.”