I read to get rid of inertia, to live more lives than one.
Sukina plays with words saying that reading is what she likes, what likes her, and what pulls her down to sift through the catacombs of the past and the lush beauty of the present. She never speaks of reading as a hobby that she discovered but as a mindful being that discovered her – never to be separated, as though they were twins. She describes the act of reading as generous and seeks to be worthy of and loyal to this generosity.
Reading provides her with intellect and awareness and she is ever thankful for its gifts; and she hopes this generosity is reflected in in her own literary prose. Sukina also believes that reading liberates us from frozen seas, and that it is the burning light that brings warmth in the bleak and lonely nights of winter.