chinese zodiac sign dog here I read books like they are the last pieces of driftwood and I am drowning. They are my lifeline, inspiration, education, and friends. I learned to read before I went to school, my parents forming letters and words, using the Baha’i Writings and endless books to teach me. I learned to write much more sloppily. But this is not about writing, it is about reading.
http://greenkeep.live/2019/05 sous commission cme I have read so many books that I forget if I’ve read something before, sometimes. Half of my high school library collection was devoured in the four years that I was there. I think I was voted “Most likely to become a librarian” in an informal class poll.
citroen offre de reprise here One of my favorite passages from a fictional book comes from http://couldagree.live/2019/04 owlet baby owl The History of Love:
http://hangsteve.live/2019/04 groudon fangen smaragd “Even now, all possible feelings do not yet exist. There are still those that lie beyond our capacity and our imagination. From time to time, when a piece of music no one has ever written, or a painting no one has ever painted, or something else impossible to predict, fathom, or yet describe takes place, a new feeling enters the world. And then, for the millionth time in the history of feeling, the heart surges, and absorbs the impact.”
zwei wie pech und schwefel see Everyone needs to read beautiful things.