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by James Austin

Author: James Austin
Subcategory: Memoirs
Language: English
Publisher: AuthorHouse (November 1, 2004)
Pages: 216 pages
Category: Biographies
Rating: 4.4
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Find out what it was like to grow up in rural, Southwest Louisiana in the late '4O's and early 50's, such as: How we made it without electricity, What we boys did for entertainment, What lots of families ate during those lean times, Why most yards were grassless, How we made our own toys, Butcher a hog; make lye soap; scrub chairs happened when a boy's dog was lied about, and how the family milk cow changed the way a boy 'looked at things'.

When I'm tired, I like reading detective stories and thrillers Some people say that they have little spare time and that is why they prefer watching a film to reading a book.

When I'm tired, I like reading detective stories and thrillers. When I want something more serious and instructive, I take an encyclopedia or read some philosophical works. I love reading when I'm travelling, when I'm having meals, when I'm bored or just for relaxation. Some people say that they have little spare time and that is why they prefer watching a film to reading a book. What is more, watching a film is much easier than reading a book because you don't have to use your imagination. To sum up, it's up to you to decide whether to read a book or to watch its film version.

Books have the power to change your perspective on life. Have you ever read a book that totally blew your mind?

Books have the power to change your perspective on life. Have you ever read a book that totally blew your mind? Books have the power to change your perspective on life. How many times have you heard about some person that decided to pursue something simply because she read a book? It happens all time. Until I was 17, I believed that reading was something you had to do at school, or something that you did for entertainment. But when I read The 48 Laws Of Power by Robert Greene, I discovered another aspect of reading.

When the secret stays locked within not for want of a teller but for want of an understanding ear.  . And it will be better than anything else you can imagine. If you’re going to try, go all the way. There is no other feeling like that. You will be alone with the gods, and the nights will flame with fire. Stephen King, Different Seasons. 19. I don’t have any problem understanding why people flunk out of college or quit their jobs or cheat on each other or break the law or spray-paint walls. A little bit outside of things is where some people feel each other. You will ride life straight to perfect laughter. It’s the only good fight there is. ― Charles Bukowski, Factotum.

Of course,' Mrs Phelps said. When you have chosen the book you want, bring it to me so I can make a note of it and it's yours for two weeks.

Mrs Phelps, who had been watching her with fascination for the past few weeks, now got up from her desk and went over to her. 'Can I help you, Matilda?' she asked. Of course,' Mrs Phelps said. You can take more than one if you wish.

Read: I read short stories, books, novels etc. At times, I like to read poetry as well. And often, there are parts where I can relate myself with. There are always times when u have nothing to do and you keep wondering what to do. Let me tell you about some productive things you could do in the mean time: Chill.

When you read a book, you have to remember an assortment of characters, their backgrounds, ambitions, history . Being sad, angry, disappointed are all essential emotions in life. How else would you ever develop empathy for others if you lived a life of denial and shallow emotions?

When you read a book, you have to remember an assortment of characters, their backgrounds, ambitions, history, and nuances, as well as the various arcs and sub-plots that weave their way through every story. That’s a fair bit to remember, but brains are marvellous things and can remember these things with relative ease. How else would you ever develop empathy for others if you lived a life of denial and shallow emotions? Positive people do not run from the gamut of emotions, and accept that part of the healing process is to allow themselves to experience all types of feelings, not only the happy ones.

Find out what it was like to grow up in rural, Southwest Louisiana in the late '4O's and early 50's, such as:How we made it without electricityWhat we boys did for entertainmentWhat lots of families ate during those lean timesWhy most yards were grasslessHow we made our own toysButcher a hog; make lye soap; scrub chairsAlso, see what happened when a boy made a pet out of a young chicken, what happened when a boy's dog was lied about, and how the family milk cow changed the way a boy 'looked at things'.Go camping and fishing in 1950 and again in the mid 1990's and see how things have changed. Share some camping/fishing experiences that only happen once (thank goodness).Float down a winding, twisting creek channel with a boy and his Dad, share their biscuit sandwiches from a rust-spotted lunch bucket and listen in on bits and pieces of their long ago conversations.Watch the moon rise over a lake on a cool autumn evening; silently stare into a campfire, while being serenaded by hoot-owls and bullfrogs, until sleep takes over; then awaken to the sounds of nature greeting a new day.