To forgive is wisdom, to forget is genius.
Because it’s true.
It’s a new world every heart beat.
Joyce Cary, born in Northern Ireland was a prolific novelist whose diverse works drew on his experiences living in Ireland, in Nigeria while working for the British Colonial Service, and in England. His best-known books include Mister Johnson (1939), the story of a young Nigerian’s tragic dealings with the British Colonial regime, and The Horse’s Mouth (1944), about an anarchic painter, which was made into a film written by, and starring, Alec Guinness.
I have never ever read something so true!!! Thank you, Goodreads! This is just genius! Enjoy!!!