Decazeville. Christian Paillargues Friday at the Mine à Feuilles

Decazeville. Christian Paillargues Friday at the Mine à Feuilles
Decazeville. Christian Paillargues Friday at the Mine à Feuilles

Christian Paillargues and the Pages boissetoises group take readers into the rainy day drawer, the one that contains a jumble of old photos and other obsolete memories that begin to tell so many emotions of the past. It will be this Friday, May 24, at 5 p.m., at the Mine à Feuilles bookstore in Decazeville.

Storyteller and writer, Christian Paillargues shares his life between Auvergne and Occitanie, Cantal and Lauragais. Retired, he devotes part of his time to writing micronews where he meets characters whose experiences always have something to remind us if not to teach us. Micronews, because many of us struggle to read and we must not despair, then micro because they are short. It’s a way of trying not to leave those aside. No nostalgia when he happens to look back, but respect for the past and a real desire to transmit what yesterday was, so that today happens and tomorrow is.

Also say, at the turn of an encounter, the discovery of oneself and the awakening of the first emotions. Finally, to say the milestones to be passed, proud to have been what we have been, rich in happy sobriety, in shared simplicity and careful not to let slip a capacity for happiness that is so threatened today.

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