In two minutes I stood reading the book and finished it in a breath. In my whole life, I had almost read only one book that was so brief in pages but worthwhile to explore the meaing contained in it for the rest of my life, before I met this one. By the way, both this one and that one were by Shel Silverstein. That one was The Giving Tree, and this one is The Missing Piece Meets the Big O.
With so simple geometrical patterns such as squares, circles, and triangles, Shel has told us such a big lesson, or so big lessons, on love, friendship, and other sorts of relationship. Is this story a happy one or a sad one? It is hard to say. But at length, the missing piece keeps rolling ahead alone, and it becomes a Big O itself.
"Sometimes we dance together like butterflies quite joyfully, sometimes we have no other alternatives but to dance alone, but the most important thing is to keep dancing."
In other words, sometimes we roll together with other Big O's quite joyfully, sometimes we have no other alternatives but to roll alone, but the most important thing is to keep rolling.
By the way, I found the online reading of this book. It is in english. Dedicate two minutes of yours and here we go: The Missing Piece Meets the Big O.