This guest post was written by Dayu Rifanto, organizer of SBC Sorong in West Papua, Indonesia.
The most captivating wreck is not found in the ocean's depths but at the library. Buried amidst piles of literature, one can explore the forest of characters, scavenge the crumbs of history, and study relentlessly, even longer than the sun itself. Its traces will not be destroyed by a thousand autumns.
Reading is an essential aspect of life. Through reading, we gain knowledge and insights that shape our perspectives. Book clubs are crucial; they allow readers to meet, share experiences, and broaden their horizons. Furthermore, book clubs encourage the habit of reading and promote it to others.