While waiting for your happiness you are standing. That is why you have the feeling it is late. Where are the happy people coming back? I would like to go in that direction. I have thousands of ‘likes’ but nobody loves me. ‘Yes’ may be a refusal if you do not keep your promise. You cannot live with happiness in the same house, let alone in the same bed. Peace, even when it comes after another peace, brings about joy. Venus of Milo has no arms. Her legs are long enough, though. The way you kill time is in fact, the way you kill yourself. Life takes by surprise only those people who live it. Life never gives us what we want, but it takes what we could have wished for. If you try to preserve happiness, you lose it. Unhappiness fights against oblivion better than happiness does. 8 Most men got inebriated with scent not wine. We are not born immortal, but we can become. Many people are not impressed by happiness, when it is other people’s happiness. The real victory is in what all the others have failed. If an enemy fear you – you are your own enemy. Love is a sheet music played with four hands, which in time it played on two pianos. The After Life is made up of our unlived moments in this World. Who wants to be happy in this world needs a soft pillow. School does not teach you what to do, it teaches you what other people have done. Interest is the mask of love. The Time of Death is limitless. That is why it takes charge of glory. We are only a part of what we should be. Happiness is evanescent in order to avoid becoming dull/uninteresting.
Today we talk about Hamlet badly acted, a book by Cosmin Stefan Georgescu, published with our publishing house Europe Books.
Europe Books had the pleasure of interviewing the author Cosmin Stefan Georgescu, to get to know him better, what brought him to the writing of his book Hamlet badly acted, as well as how he chose the title of his book.
Below you can find our interview. Take a seat and enjoy your reading!!!
- What is the moment that brought you to the writing of your book?
It isn’t a special moment that brought me to the writing of his book which is an anthology of aphorisms. Whenever I have little time, I note down a thought on a piece of paper. All my house in plenty of notes, bills for the future memory. But to be focused on the question, it was a moment when I decided to gather all my one-liners in a book.
- What are the crucial themes of your book?
The (crucial) main themes of the book are: all the themes of our life: happiness, sadness, (beautifulness) beauty, pleasure…but in a subtle and joyful style. Beautifulness este subliniat cu rosu pe British English spelling, pune mai bine beauty (Crucial -decisive and critical) nu se potriveste cu pricipalele teme in acest context main themes
- What is the message you want to communicate to your readers?
The message: be happy! …despite the hardships.
- How did you choose the title of your book?
I am Hamlet… An ungifted philosopher with the wish to pass beyond the borders of human knowledge.
- Are you working on a new writing project you can tell us about?
A new writing project: a book of poems admirably translated by Dana Daniela Capatana, my former English-teacher and my life-long cultural support, who has translated in English all my works, my opera omnia, ‘’Hamlet Badly Acted’’ included, of course.
Europe Books thanks the author Cosmin Stefan Georgescu once again for taking the time and answering our questions. We are really pleased to have walked alongside him on the editorial path that led to the publication of his book Hamlet badly acted. We wish him the best of luck for his book and for his future works.
To you, my dear reader, I wish that this book will capture your interest and that you all will be happy, as the author wishes to all his readers too.
So, my dear reader, I just have to wish you to enjoy your reading!!!