Literature is a fascinating window into a more humane world where emotions, thoughts, and actions are not always permeated and driven by profit and personal interest.
New York City, NY (PRWEB) May 28, 2015
Speed reading software designer eReflect presents a School of Life video on the impact literature has on a person’s mind, body, and existence as a whole. Contrary to popular belief, reading literature isn’t a pastime, and it’s not a way to kill time. eReflect points out that reading actually saves time, something the School of Life video reveals. As the video narrator explains, reading literature gives people access to stories, incidents, emotions, and events that would take years to experience first-hand and learn for themselves.
Literature is a “reality simulator,” the narrator argues in his five-minute video. It enables the reader to enter situations and scenarios they might never be able to experience in real life. Reading gives people the chance to taste the lives of great influencers and great adventurers, and get to experience life from a point of view and culture otherwise inaccessible or remote.
One of the most important benefits of literature is empathy, the video illustrates. Reading broadens people’s viewpoint by letting them understand, experience, and see the world from another individual’s point of view, even if only briefly. It is a priceless advantage that lets people reassess and improve their life and actions, and encourages them to be more sensitive and respectful to the unknown and the peculiar.
Literature is a fascinating window into a more humane world where emotions, thoughts, and actions are not always permeated and driven by profit and personal interest. Literature allows readers to experience a more kind and empathetic philosophy that can make the world a better place, eReflect notes.
Another benefit of literature shared in the School of Life video is that reading cures loneliness and prepares people for failure. Reading literature gives people the insights, tools, and emotional strategies to cope with failure and recuperate more quickly, while remaining unharmed by it. A book doesn’t judge failure, it gives the reader the arsenal to tackle it, the narrator says.
eReflect, the designer of the learn to speed read program 7 Speed Reading™, invites people to watch the video by the School of Life and share it with anyone they believe could use some of the benefits literature so open-heartedly provides.
For more information about the benefits of using 7 Speed Reading, please visit the official website at http://www.7speedreading.com.
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