“I find television very educating. Every time somebody turns on the set, I go into the other room and read a book.” ― Groucho Marx
Image posted 4 years ago by Piera C. (for everyone)
Discussion
  • 1 months ago, Brandon J. said,
    Beautiful in concept, but a pain to keep clean. :D
  • 5 months ago, Kholida N. said,
    i love this!
  • 5 months ago, Emi D. said,
    fear is the enemy. Making mistakes is just part of the journey to break free...so, let's make mistakes!
  • 7 months ago, Kristin T. said,
    Books are the quietest and most constant of friends; they are the most accessible and wisest of counselors, and the most patient of teachers. ~Charles W. Eliot
  • 7 months ago, Dzmitry P. said,
    "Don't cling to a single scenario, allow yourself many paths to the same destination. Give it a lifetime to pay off. Things you work hardest for are the things you will most treasure."
  • 8 months ago, Luke H. said,
    To learn is to live
  • 9 months ago, Vicki L. said,
    Read! Read! Read!
  • 11 months ago, Lonnie M. said,
    Reading creates pictures in our minds of things we would never see otherwise.
  • 1 years ago, Connie G. said,
    None of us can say that we have no regrets. Often we are led down paths of bad choices-some paths longer that others-which can have a lingering effect on the mind, body and soul.
  • 1 years ago, Carolee K. said,
    God Bless America___Freedom, we are truly blessed to have it!!!!
  • 1 years ago, jonni M. said,
    Reading is not just entertainment... it's living your life through imagination.
  • 1 years ago, jeri L. said,
    I love to read and I love this picture.
  • 1 years ago, Paula L. said,
    Open a whole new world, change perspective, see things through someone else's eyes.
  • 1 years ago, Donny S. said,
    awesome pic!!!!!
  • 1 years ago, DEANNA F. said,
    "There it is...right in front of you. Find your story!"
  • 1 years ago, Szałek S. said,
    Teraz mamy Dobry słownik.
  • 1 years ago, Allie A. said,
    Visit wonderful worlds tucked between the pages of a book, but never forget that right where you are is every bit as magical.
  • 1 years ago, Susie I. said,
    read a book and then pass it along by leaving it somewhere that someone else can pick it up share
  • 1 years ago, Olka R. said,
    Pick a really interesting book, Viki. The one about things you are already interesting it. Then reading becomes a joy, not an obligation.
  • 1 years ago, Sharon G. said,
    For me, I must learn new things or else I get bored with life. There's nothing like learning about some aspect of the world that I haven't encountered before.
  • 1 years ago, Viki N. said,
    And I will finish a book. A chapter at a time. Technology will not distract me.
  • 1 years ago, Jeannie H. said,
    I will finish a book.
  • 1 years ago, Amber R. said,
    Well done, Stelios Nicolaou! I hope the book in me will be able to surface the way yours did.
  • 1 years ago, stelios N. said,
    Yes, everyone has a book in them. I took the courage and wrote one. The title is "Five easy steps to reprogram you little inner voice" (Depression:My Witness, Your Solution) Worth reading. I am waiting for your comments
  • 1 years ago, Rick D. said,
    The learning curve grows.
  • 1 years ago, Catie L. said,
    Never stop learning
  • 1 years ago, Phil N. said,
    Ignore the past and be condemned by it. You might be the best and brightest the world has ever known; it is not likely, but if you are, you know the value of learning from everyone else.
  • 1 years ago, Ina K. said,
    books and reading insprires me so much - from my childhood till today ♥
  • 1 years ago, anony S. said,
    and reamin conditioned by the norm
  • 2 years ago, Miki M. said,
    Happy choices and enjoy
  • 2 years ago, Becky D. said,
    Learn something new every day
  • 2 years ago, Andre C. said,
    How can I go on live without it!
  • 2 years ago, David O. said,
    ...that is a picture of happiness, joy, tears, priceless education, and encapsulated dreams and fears waiting to be read...
  • 2 years ago, Shirley S. said,
    Reading books have saved my life on many occasions.
  • 2 years ago, Sumeet S. said,
    +1 to Chad Cooper.
  • 2 years ago, Carol M. said,
    My dream is to have a personal library in my home: a room, lined with nothing but shelves filled with all sorts of books...and comfy chairs I could sink into while I escape from the realities of life...I will have it one day.
  • 2 years ago, Chad C. said,
    Calvin Coolidge was know for saying Education alone isn't enough; the world is full of educated derelicts. I agree you need to gain knowledge and doing so requires you to interact with people, not just books.
  • 2 years ago, Nancy C. said,
    Despite all appearances and opinions to the contrary, a writer is a social being. Every word that was ever written is an attempt to communicate with someone, even if that someone is our own self.
  • 2 years ago, Alan A. said,
    Figure it out
  • 2 years ago, Marilu D. said,
    I'm moving and have to get rid of my books. I've decided to keep only the ones that grow my soul.
  • 2 years ago, Jan M. said,
    More books and lively discussions.
  • 2 years ago, Suzanne R. said,
    This is inspiring me to do some more reading tonight!
  • 2 years ago, Chiamaka K. said,
    I love reading!!!
  • 2 years ago, Darielle A. said,
    I'm releasing some of my books as I have the knowledge and perhaps someone else can benefit.
  • 2 years ago, ramona S. said,
    Someone said: There are two essential things that will make you wise—the books you read and the people you meet.
  • 2 years ago, Mark D. said,
    Best personal development book?- Seven habits of highly effective people.
  • 2 years ago, ramona S. said,
    Learn something new everyday!! Read a book ...
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