19. Reading  

Posted by Dr. Dheena Sadik in









Its funny how some of the greatest philosophers and authors never enjoyed reading during their childhood.

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3 comments

Aaron  

I think that perhaps not reading other people's works, but being immersed in one's own thoughts and narratives throughout childhood might make for more original output later in life. Just a theory.

May 24, 2009 at 3:38 PM

Reading authentic work can only widen the horizon of our minds. Everyone need abundant sources of knowledge which doesn't cross our pathway passively. We cannot turn intellectual passively. However, we are not obliged to accept or agree with everything we read. With maturity our minds earn the authority to decide what we want to carry on with us. Its a democratic world and we have the right and freedom to digest what we please.
Having said that Aaron, being immersed in one's own thoughts could be the emanation of some of the most phenomenal icons. So lets live originally and promote self-evolution.

May 24, 2009 at 4:12 PM

I hate reading when i was child

December 30, 2011 at 10:01 AM

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