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Rev. James Wood - 1893 - 658 pages
|READ REASON Read nothing that you do not care to remember, and remember |
nothing' you do not mean to use. P» of. Blackie, to young men. Read the book
you do honestly feel a wish and curiosity to read. Johnson. Reader, attend ...
|7. Avoid miscellaneous reading. Read nothing that you do not care to remember ; |
and remember nothing that you do not mean to use. 8. Never desire to appear
clever and make a show of your talents before men. Be honest, loving, kindly and
|Nora Ephron returns with her first book since the astounding success of I Feel Bad About My Neck, taking a cool, hard, hilarious look at the past, the present, and the future, bemoaning the vicissitudes of modern life, and recalling with ...|
|Benjamin, Walter Does there, I wonder, exist a being who has read all, or |
approximately all, that the person of average culture ... Birrell, Augustine Read
nothing that you do not care to remember, and remember nothing you do not
mean to use.
|The only way to deal with the vast quantity of literature produced today (to say |
nothing of all those Christmas books!) ... a century ago: "Read nothing that you do
not care to remember, and remember nothing that you do not mean to use.
|Take time out if you can: go to bed early, read a book while the others play cards. |
If you ... Until then, though, you keep your head down: no risks, no sleuthing,
nothing that could raise a single eyebrow. Don't even think about the case. I don't
care if this time next week you don't have one single piece of useful info for me,
as long as you're still in that house. If you ... Remember, nothing you get will be
admissible anyway, since you can't exactly caution the suspects, so we're not
|By falling down a rabbit hole and stepping through a mirror, Alice experiences unusual adventures with a variety of nonsensical characters.|
|Choosing ' gowns,' as you call them, doesn't mean much," I said consolingly, and |
thinking this little bit of natural jealousy quite a hopeful symptom. ... It is so good
of you to come and take care of me! ... Miss Temple read my face, as she always
did. ... I believe you would never have agreed to do so if you had not seen how
badly you were wanted. ... It seems so strange, so terrible, to do things without
being conscious of them, and to remember nothing — absolutely nothing —
|My words mean nothing to you anymore. They are just grey specks separated by |
white lines in between. Remember how I used to tell you no matter how close we
were there was always an infinite amount of space between us? ... Call me a
loyal dog, call me a weirdo, I don't care. ... Do I stop answering questions for you?
Will you read this even? I don't know. But now I consider myself a nothing
|I mean now. Get up, get your calendar, and enter it as a recurring event. You can |
use that time to read a magazine on investing, do Internet ... Make the time
sacrosanct—nothing short of a bona fide emergency should cause you to cancel
it. ... Remember, doing for others is often nothing more ... Call it what you like, but
when it comes right down to it, no one can take better care of you than yourself.