A lot of people ask me what my reasons are for liking Twilight. Because I am sicken of having to answer every single time, and because a couple of people told me to, I wrote an article.
Twilight changed my way of looking at things.
Sure... It's not real, but the book made me look at my opinion. My whole life would be different if it wasn't written. I'm not one of those Twilight fans who only care about how hot Robert Pattinson is. The book changed me, not the movie. The twilight serie is a wonderful life-lesson wrapped in a beautiful story. I'm glad Miss. Meyer wrote it. These are my main reasons: I like twilight because of the storyline, the sentences and the actions.
When I read twilight, I think of my choices, and what I would do. I think of how I montrer my loved ones that I l’amour them, and I think about what I would do for true love.
When I read New Moon, I think about what I would do for the people I truly love. And I realize, that I would hurt myself. I would do everything for them. I know that I would make sure they are happy, and if that's par making myself ripped apart, I would happily be ripped. I would match them to my enemies, if that's the way to make them feel love, without being hurt.
When I read eclipse, I imagine how it would be to be on the same front as my enemy, and I have decided, that it doesn't matter. As long as being on that front, would make sure my loved one is save, I would go through everything, see them Kiss in every possible way, just to make sure she won't get hurt.
When I read Breaking Dawn, I realize, ones again, That I would happily live through every pain people can imagine, to l’amour my loved ones. When that means that my ribs are broken, my lungs half beaten and my stomach ripped apart, I would be glad. That means I'm still alive to see my loved ones. I would welcome death, if it saved my family.
The whole sage makes me think about life, and how less I care about my own. I think, and I know, that, as long my loved ones are still alive, I would walk straight in the arms of death.
It makes me look at my live because I imagine myself in her live. When I do that, I see the things I do wrong. I see what I should, and would, do for everybody around me. Bella is quite selfish. When I read Eclipse for the first time, I realized I was too. I wás quite selfish. Now, I ask my family and Friends to tell me when I go that way again. It helps. I'm not that selfish anymore. A lot of Bella's bad things I have to. When I read her mistakes, I see what I can do to don't make them myself.
I know how some people think about it, and I don’t care. I don’t read for the approving of others. I don’t care about what people think of me. I don’t care about the bad commentaires made on this. It doesn’t matter to me. I don’t know you, so I don’t need your approval. But I do need approval from my family and friends. From the people that know me. toi might know me from the internet, maybe even from other sites, but toi don’t know me like who I am outside this world. toi don’t know me outside this world of lies and disappointment. Outside this cruel world, not only the internet, but social too. I read when I want to escape from this hell. When I want too look at the fantasies of talented authors. When I read, I’m able to escape this cruel world of terror and hate. Sure, say whatever toi want about this, but this ís a world of terror, war and hate. And I hate it. Twilight is one of the things that help me escape the wars. I like twilight because it helps me, as much social as with my mind.
I’m certainly not one of the creepy twilight addicted fans who only care about the movies. I don’t like S. Meyer because Robbert Pattinson is in her movies, neither because of Taylor Launter. I like het because of her books.
I think Stephenie Meyer wrote a wonderful book, a book that is helpful to a lot of people. Some just read it for the joy, others because of reasons like mine. The important thing is that this book brings people together. You’ve got Anti’s and Likers, but on both sides people make friends, they have a reason to be one. I think it is wonderful what a single book can do to the world. People need distractions in this decade. Give them distractions.