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I read along the margins and I see all I see are these intense ideas, flowing down the white page, showing us their inner thoughts. I see who they are and what they stand for. These are the ones I love. These are powerful.
Then I look and see all these comments showing the contemptuous sides of the individuals. They dismiss the text with a "Ha!" or "Please!" But these were just as powerful as the last, giving me a glimpse of these individuals thoughts.
People are fans of books, just as they are fans of a sport. You're at a football game. You hear the cheers of the fans. It is a raging horde of thoughts. Now, you're reading a book. Once again, along the sidelines, thoughts are raging and begging to be heard. "Absolutely!" they would scream. "Right on!"
The experience of Joshua Reynolds is only real when you have read him let loose with Blake's furious scribbling. One that I love to dream about is Catcher in the Rye. I borrowed it from a library and was so tempted to keep it as my own. I had just begun high school, reading books all day. And then I read this.
The interesting thing about students is how humble they are. They leave only a trace of what they think, without overwhelming you with information, effectively spoon-feeding you the story; yet some are too modest, leaving only one of their thoughts multiple times, leaving you clueless as to who they are
Graduating from college does not make you finished with learning. Your entire life, you are going to learn something. It is what keeps us going. If you have not written "Man vs Nature" along the side of a page, you do not truly understand it. College is nature and you are the man.
Written in such lovely handwriting from a girl, who just had to be magnificent, wrote out the words "Pardon the egg salad stains, but I'm in love"
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