|“Read and reread some good author until the author becomes part of your flesh and blood. Scattered reading confuses more than it teaches. Many books, even good ones, have the this effect on the student. He becomes like the man who dwells everywhere and therefore dwells nowhere.” – Dr. Martin Luther (Table Talk, p. 179)|
One truly must “pay” attention. As much as you can for as little as possible is a recipe for emptiness.
Words are strategic territory. Wisdom is adherence to the best words.
Get rid of the paint to see the beam. Break the game.
Till angel cry and trumpet sound,
The Mad Christian