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Read For Life

From childhood I was a voracious reader. I mean, there are family photos of me lying on the sofa as a child reading a book, totally oblivious to the toys on the floor. As a child my mother monitored what I read of course, but as an adult the love of literature and the freedom to read truly blossomed and I could absorb all kinds of work at my disposal.

I have read a lot of really interesting stuff. I have read most literary classics. My all-time favorite is To Kill a Mockingbird and the book that sent me into metal overload/shutdown was War and Peace. I remember reading Wicked by Gregory Maguire and coming across one pivotal scene in the book that was so shocking, so mind bending, that I threw the book away. I never throw books away, but this one, I had to! It took a long time for me to regrow the brain cells that I lost from those pages. I’ve also read the Bible in different translations and found vast differences that helped me to round out and balance my spirituality.

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