By Paulo Coelho
Linda is aware she's lucky.
Yet each morning whilst she opens her eyes to a so-called new day, she appears like ultimate them again.
Her neighbors suggest medication.
But Linda desires to suppose extra, now not less.
And so she embarks on an experience as unforeseen because it is bold, and which reawakens an aspect of her that she - decent spouse, loving mom, bold journalist - idea had disappeared.
Even she cannot are expecting what is going to take place next...
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To say “we’re happy” might not be entirely true. Everyone is happy apart from me, as I travel to work wondering what’s wrong. ANOTHER day at the newspaper, trying to ferret out some interesting news other than the usual car accident, weaponless mugging, and fire (which dozens of fire engines manned by highly qualified firemen rushed to put out and flooded an old apartment. All because the neighbors were alarmed about the smoke issuing from a pot roast left too long in the oven). Back home, there’s the pleasure of cooking, the table set, and the family gathered around it, thanking God for the food we’re about to receive.
But why so many questions? ” Of course not! Best to change the subject. We talk about the politician I’m going to interview in a couple days’ time. He’s an ex-boyfriend of mine from high school who probably doesn’t even remember that we once exchanged a few kisses and that he touched my breasts. My friend is thrilled. I, on the other hand, try not to think about anything, keeping my reactions set to automatic. Apathy. I haven’t yet reached that stage. I’m still at the complaining one, but I imagine that soon—in a matter of months, days, or hours—a complete lack of interest will set in that will be very hard to dispel.
He looks around again, having hidden the cigarette behind his back. But since no one is looking, he takes another long drag. His eyes have a vacant look as he gazes back at the past. “When I started out in politics, I used to sleep only about five hours a night, yet I was always full of energy. Now I can easily sleep for eighteen hours at a stretch. The honeymoon is over. All that’s left is my need to please others, especially my wife, who has fought like crazy for me to have a great future. ” Is this the same man who, only a few minutes ago, suggested that we start going out again?
Adultery by Paulo Coelho