“We have to stop and be humble enough to understand that there is something called mystery.” — Paulo Coleho
“A lady’s imagination is very rapid; it jumps from admiration to love, from love to matrimony in a moment.” Jane Austen – Pride and Prejudice
“The child intuitively comprehends that although these stories are unreal, they are not untrue …” ― Bruno Bettelheim, The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales Please read to your children. And Children, read to your parents. Husbands, read to your wives; and wives, read to your husbands. Pick up and read. There is much to learn.
“You will find the way, daughter of the forest. Through grief and pain, through many trials, through betrayal and loss, your feet will walk a straight path.” — Juliet Marillier, Daughter of the Forest
“And then you run into them…and pow, you are known, you are recognized, the both of you. You both find the exact same things worth remembering. You have the same rhythm. Click. You just know each other. All of a sudden you see reading in bed and waffles on Sunday and laughing at nothing and his mouth on yours. And… Read more »
1. The Bible (Anything written here will be an understatement. The Word of God. My place of instruction, comfort, guidance, a humbling source of Hope and edification, and a history of the Faith to which I cling, as well as a place I find surprise, wonder, and ominous obligation.) 2. The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien (Certainly… Read more »
Not in a precise order, but these are some books that I have really enjoyed (lately) within the sci-fi genre. Swan Song by Robert McCammon (This story, though it follows a plot line that has been done many times- the end of the world via cataclysmic world war- it does so in a way that is completely fresh and fascinating…. Read more »