To Hoard or Not to Hoard
... it is a deed of greater charity to give a bit of bread to the poor in the time of high prices and famine, than a whole loaf in the time of fertility and abundance ...
—Christine de Pizan (1364-1440)
If You Are Going To Hoard Anything - Let it Be the planksip Möbius and the Books From Which they Emerge
To Hoard or Not to Hoard
Inspired by Christine de Pizan (1364-1440)'s quote, "... it is a deed of greater charity to give a bit of bread to the poor in the time of high prices and famine, than a whole loaf in the time of fertility and abundance ...". The titled responsion is "To Hoard or Not to Hoard" implies an action of sorts, deliberate perhaps, maybe even punitive. Only time will tell.
So what do books, literature and the wisdom of our ascendants reveal? The reasoning is somewhat circular if left to the hermeneutics. Correlated with future outcomes and foundational for new economies of creative sustainability are indeed worth learning about.
Oh, How it Hurts!
Inspired by Mao Zedong's (1893-1976) quote, "To read too many books is harmful." The titled responsion is employing that the author, that would be me, is suffering immensely due to the number of books that I have read. I am not bragging, I am just pointing out the ridiculous nature of this dictator's comments — in the first person to be more precise.
Is it fundamental for you to peruse an excessive number of books? For certain individuals, it is, however, others may find that perusing an excessive amount of can be adverse.
There are numerous advantages of perusing, the most significant of which is that it causes the cerebrum to deal with data rapidly. On the off chance that you have a quick and proficient cerebrum, at that point, you will have the option to recall all that is going on around you substantially more rapidly.
Additionally, when you read an excessive number of books, it might make your mind become over-burden. Accordingly, your memory won't work so well. This can make it hard to recall things that you read just as specific circumstances that you experienced. It can likewise back you off when you are attempting to recall data that you simply read.
I Read You Like a Book
Inspired by George Steiner's (1929-2020)'s quote, "Books — the best antidote against the marsh-gas of boredom and vacuity." The titled responsion is "I Read You Like a Book". What follows is subject to revision, do you have any suggestions?
This graduated role reversal of humility is an act worth thinking about. Revolutions take place despite our preoccupation with initiation. As the world turns, living is perpetual, limited to our species in language only.
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