Quotes For The Book Lover!

In my oh-so-humble opinion, there is no better way to start the morning than with an inspirational quote. It’s not because I can’t get through the day without this quirky habit- it’s just that I love filling my mind with thoughts that make me happy. It’s the mental equivalent of downing a shot of lemon juice or a once-over with the loofah in the shower. Ok, so not exactly rocket science, but a fresh start and unarguably, a healthy habit. You should try it. I love reading, so this time I’ve curated quotes for the book lover. Enjoy.

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As human beings- we relate to things learned emotionally rather than by rote memory. And who doesn’t remember those precious times of being read to before bedtime?

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Knowledge is powerful. Education can change a person – a person can change the world.

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Sometimes a book helps you understand your circumstances so you can trust your instincts, be true to your self, and move forward.


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Libraries enrich your life – at no cost. A little healthy escapism never hurt anyone.

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If you must be addicted to something – let it be books.

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The life experiences of a person determine how they perceive the events in a book. A movie is another person’s interpretation.

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Just because a book says something you don’t want to hear does not mean others should not hear it. Controversial books tend to confront issues that once overcome – advance society.

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Understanding something from another’s perspective can change the way you see things. And this is a good thing.

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There are few things more important than a love of reading.

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Reading allows us to travel to new places, experience new cultures, and understand different viewpoints.

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If you expose yourself only to those who think like you do – you will never think new thoughts.

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Every book you read leaves something behind.

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It’s incredible – there are only twenty-six letters in the alphabet – yet letter after letter and word after word equals the English language.

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Everyone needs to escape at times. When I escape with a book, I gain knowledge. I don’t feel this way if I watch TV or a movie.

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Reading allows you to see different perspectives. It’s an entertaining way to experience different cultures and expand your mind. There are no barriers as there are in travel, which requires time and money.

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What a beautiful way to express the value and diversity of books.

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It’s true, who among us hasn’t read a book that resonates years later?  And libraries make reading accessible to all.

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Reading allows us to learn first hand the thoughts of great men and some of the smartest people of the past. Amazing when you think of it – bringing history to life.

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Where would we be without books of the Holocaust, slavery and other dark times in our history?

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If you don’t take time to reflect on what you read –  you will not reap the benefits.

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I love this one. Open your mind and who knows what you will learn. Compassion? Wisdom? Knowledge?

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Feeding the mind never goes out of fashion and never gets old.

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Just a reprieve from the endless commercials would be life-changing. Perhaps young and old alike would decide for themselves what they like and need – rather than allowing huge corporations with unlimited funds and questionable motives decide for them.

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People should be allowed to explore disturbing and uncomfortable controversial topics – or not.

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This reminds me of my favorite quote by Lao Tzu:

Watch your thoughts, for they become words.
Watch your words, for they become actions.
Watch your actions, for they become habits.
Watch your habits, for they become character.
Watch your character, for it becomes your destiny.

 

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Being able to read is a powerful tool. There are few tools in life more beneficial.

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Teach your child to read and watch them blossom. Books are a fun and simple way to bond with your child and enlighten their world.

Happy Reading,

Linda

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