Saturday, May 7, 2011

You Can Read That Too

I’d like to take a moment to thank my parents and teachers for letting me read anything I want. For telling us how bad it is to censor a person’s reading. They let me choose whatever I want, whether there is swearing, sex or the occasional cannibalism (if you haven’t read “The Road” yet get to it). I’ve learned never to tell a person not to read a book. There are many books that have upset me emotionally or books that the writing style frustrated me, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t passed them along to people who are interested with nothing more than a simple explanation as to why I stopped.

Here’s to being conscious about what I tell people not to do.

A little Ghost Dance


  1. As Thomas Jefferson said, "I cannot live without books." We should all be like that.

  2. What an experience to have someone tell you "you can't read a book." I love my freedom and love my books.