Everyday I learn new things. But a very important thing I learned this week is, paying attention to detail. Details are very important in everything in life, be it a play for a sport team, or sentence in a book, you need to pay attention to every word, comma, semi-colon, etc. Every word has its own meaning and the words surrounding it can reveal its deeper meaning.
A lot of the times people do not dig deep into what they are looking at/reading, this only gives them a broad understanding of what is going on in the novel. I am guilty of this, especially when I feel too lazy to do something with intense thought and concentration. Usually when I read it goes through one ear and out the other, I hate when I do this because I know I am wasting my time. I know now that every time I want to do good in something I need to understand the meat and potatoes, but also more importantly slather on some juicy gravy. Dudeology