The answer to the question “will books stop being printed?” isn’t as simple as changing the software or replacing the paper and ink with plastic. Books are an excellent way to store, share, and express ideas, as well as a source of beauty and “aura”. But as the digital age continues to grow, will the printed book lose its allure?
It’s a medium of beauty
Beauty is a universal language and books are a powerful medium for the expression of it. They are antidotes to personal and global crises. It’s important to understand how beauty is expressed and experienced in different cultures and regions of the world. This short book explains how beauty is created and interpreted in various countries.
It’s a medium of “aura”
The aura is the person’s energy field. It is contagious and can be felt by other people. This type of energy is also referred to as “vibe checking.” Seeing someone’s aura can tell you a lot about them. A positive aura makes you feel happy while a negative aura drains you. Auras come in different colors, with each one carrying a different meaning.
One of the first Westerners to write about the aura was the famous philosopher-physician Paracelsus. After graduating from university, he traveled through Europe, studying alchemy and herbalism. He believed that there was a vital force surrounding living things. He also believed that these beings had a magnetic influence.