Essay On Strength Of Reading

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I am not just a reader, I am an admirer. I am an honest reader who reads what brings pleasure and inspiration. I usually read books, to boost my mood up and for the purpose of entertaining. I mostly go for books that discuss some deep issues that can be related to my life. Also, I find reading as a way to view different thoughts from distinct preferences. My strength in reading is never getting tired of it, especially, when reading an interesting book. Other strength is my ability to observe the themes and the moral lessons presented in any book and comparing them to my personal opinions or society. Besides that, I find enjoyment by discussing the events and characters by comparing and contrasting. One of my weaknesses, if it could be considered…show more content…
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