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This was me taking the Sounder every day to flower school. On the way home I had many floral arrangements with me as well as my book.

i-volunteerastribute: Mi tren fuera de la realidad puede llamarse… un libro :)

Going to show this to my husband next time he complains about the fact that I have purchased yet another book!! :)

So many books, so little time... Boris isn't really reading Tennyson. He prefers comics. Photographer Apionid (Flickr)

“Honestly, I cannot understand what people mean when they talk about the freedom of the human will. I have a feeling ..that I will something or other; but what relation this has with freedom I cannot understand at all. ..how can I connect this up with the idea of freedom? What is behind the act of willing to light the pipe? Another act of willing? Schopenhauer once said: Man can do what he will but he cannot will what he wills.” ― Albert Einstein

Todos os tamanhos | Train to Florence | Flickr – Compartilhamento de fotos!

"A good book should leave you...slightly exhausted at the end. You live several lives while reading it." #quotes #reading

A large, still book is a piece of quietness, succulent and nourishing in a noisy world, which I approach and imbibe with "a sort of greedy enjoyment," as Marcel Proust said of those rooms of his old home whose air was "saturated with the bouquet of silence." ― Holbrook Jackson

una delle gioie della mia vita di adolescente consisteva nella lettura: mi sdraiavo sul mio letto con un libro e diventavo il testo. Se il romanzo era bello, mi trasformavo in lui. Se era mediocre, trascorrevo comunque delle ore meravigliose a godere delle cose che non mi piacevano e a sorridere delle sue occasioni mancate. La lettura non è un piacere sostitutivo. Amélie Nothomb