A little thought about “Terminal” by Roderick Gordon

I’d just finished reading the series yesterday. It might not be an extremely popular series like Harry Potter, but it indeed has something unique: the idea, the characterization, the ending. It’s probably the first time I felt restless for the whole day after finishing a series of book.

The series tells me about one important thing, that as humans, we often forget about what is important. Our position as one of many kinds of creatures in the whole universe, what we are supposed to do when we are still given the opportunity to live, and what we are living for. This series reminds me of these questions, leading me to once again review my life and what I am trying to achieve.

It’s been a great journey in the series. Thank you, Roderick Gordon. 🙂


“I can hear you. You are loved.”

Everybody wants to be understood
Well I can hear you
Everybody wants to be loved
Don’t give up
Because you are loved

— Josh Groban, “You are Loved (Don’t Give Up)”

Isn’t it good to have someone singing this song for you on your darkest days… and they really mean it? 🙂

(via Daily Prompt: Abide)