Reading without actions

Vietnam
July 26, 2011 2:47am CST
This is a fact. I read very much. The books are about economic, entertainment, life etc... However, I only stop at reading them, then pass them as I have never read them. But now, I feel bored with this way of reading. I want to stop reading and beginning actions. I don't want to waste what I read. I like to spend them in my life. I realize that reading is well. But the knowledge of books sometimes make us confuse. They become a mess in our brain. And we have wasted them. Do you think so?
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@Jlyn10 (10828)
• Malaysia
28 Jul 11
Reading is good. If only we can absorb all that we have read inside our little brains, but most of the time we tend to forget some of the things we read. I know what you mean, different writers/authors give different views about a certain thing and we always get confused. We just read for our knowledge. Just follow your instinct on what is right after reading them and then apply them to your life.
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• Vietnam
29 Jul 11
There are too much other views from books. And they can be overwhelmed private views. This is my thought.
@Jlyn10 (10828)
• Malaysia
30 Jul 11
Private views? If people don't write about their stories, then we as readers won't be able to get knowledge about it. Then we won't know what is happening around the world.
@anurag3786 (6275)
• India
26 Jul 11
I also like to read books. Because I am a bookish person. I always like to read different types of books which are about technology, computers, gaming, entertainment etc. and when I get bored from reading books then I like to think about that what I read last time. And also I like to do some actions like in reading book.
• Vietnam
29 Jul 11
I feel that my brain is keeping too much views of others from books. I want to stop reading and to check all them