After reading Rudolpho Anaya's piece on One Million Volumes, it makes us wonder about our own libraries and how we use them today. Write a few short sentences about what your think of your local library. Do you have fond memories of it? If so, share one here.
Our second selection this week is Leo Tolstoy's parables: How Much Land Does a Man Need?. Although this takes place in Russia, a long time ago, we can draw co-relations to today's society. Examine how wee compete with people who may be on TV, in the media or our neighbors. How might you feel forced to "keep up with the Jones'", by pushing yourself to an early grave? Do you have advice for Pahom, and the Pahom's of this generation? If so, add it here.