A Good Book

In the pages of a book our imagination meets the imagination of the author, and page by page something new is created in the space between two people who will most likely never meet. How’s that for a miracle?

What have you discovered lately between the pages of a book (or e-reader)?

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One response to “A Good Book

  1. patt behler

    Although I am not of the Catholic persuasion, I have been combining two books as a morning reading for a while. I use the current year of “The Old Farmers Almanac”, (begun in 1792 by Robert B. Thomas and continuing today) with “The Penguin Dictionary of Saints” (since it often lists a date as the feast day of a particular saint). I have incorporated into my contemplation what each entry tells about the life of she/he who was named a Saint and find that through the centuries there have been important events that have transpired which I think have relevance to us even today.

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