Read: You Should Read…

readYou should read. No, I do not mean the computer screen (nor magazines, smartphones, and or other reading devices,) I mean read, read a book today. I do not care if you read, “See Spot Run!” Just read any book with real paper pages and either hardback or soft back, then read another after that one…

Soon you will be reading, reading, and reading. You will find that pirates do live on the oceans, outer space is well-traveled, creatures live under the earth, and a million other tidbits of information be assimilated and only by reading a book. A book that takes you unto another Coffee-iconworld…

Coffee is good, but coffee and a good book is perfect. Though perfection is when you have coffee, book and the coffee gets cold, because you became so enthralled with the book, that you forgot about the coffee…

You should read:

To enhance your mind,
Wake your imagination, (and)
Clean out the mental cobwebs…

Try it today and see what happens! Try to expunge a bad habit, upon a good paperback book. It takes a few pages, but force yourself. I started reading again, by reading a book that I consumed as a teenager. Once I got going, I realized how much I missed a book, as it twisted my imagination and allowed me to excoriate dimensions of past, present, and future…

I am suggesting that you do this, because I feel that if we indulge ourselves in learning, reading, figuring, becoming, growing, and simply flourishing (instead of languishing) in knowledge about all the facets of our world and universe. That we may just understand that ignorance is a deficit and not enough…

So tell me!

When was the last time you read a book?

Posted by Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia…

The copy scores 73.3 in the Flesch Reading Ease test, which is considered easy to read…

kKEETON @ Windows to Russia…

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