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Of course I read Braille, yes.
I no longer buy papers or tabloids or magazines or read blogs. I used to. But it was just filling up my day with hatred.
I play with my grandchildren. I tend to my garden, which I love. Of course, I love to read, and family is really what it's all about.
Never write on a subject until you have read yourself full of it.
Life has changed enormously, and I hope - I hope more people read good things.
The one thing I regret is that I will never have time to read all the books I want to read.
A minister has to be able to read a clock. At noon, it's time to go home and turn up the pot roast and get the peas out of the freezer.
Anybody who knows me knows I would never read a comic book.
No one can read with profit that which he cannot learn to read with pleasure.
You ask: what is the meaning or purpose of life? I can only answer with another question: do you think we are wise enough to read God's mind?
To any artist, worthy of the name, all in nature is beautiful, because his eyes, fearlessly accepting all exterior truth, read there, as in an open book, all the inner truth.
Men won't read any email from a woman that's over 200 words long.
In our time, the curse is monetary illiteracy, just as inability to read plain print was the curse of earlier centuries.
Education is when you read the fine print. Experience is what you get if you don't.
When I was in high school and college, I thought everybody could think in pictures. And my first inkling to my thinking was even different was when I was in college and I read an article about, you know, some scientist said that the caveman could not have designed tools until they had language.
I'm very confident. Even when I read people saying horrible stuff about my weight.
A lot of women read male magazines. Of course, a lot of guys read female magazines, but they've got another issue to deal with. But a lot of women read men's magazines and think, 'Oh, this is what these guys are thinking? Studying up on the enemy here.'
I was okay with school. My sister Kourtney was extremely smart. I always read a little slower.
You want to know what makes me tick, I'll tell you what makes me tick. I was a boy growing up in Brooklyn; I read a two-penny magazine called 'The Hawk's Nest.' Nobody entered that nest that didn't leave a little richer and a little wiser. And that 11-year-old boy said, 'Isn't that a wonderful thing.' And that's all there is to it.
I lay in the bed at the hospital and said, 'let's see what I have left.' And I could see, I could speak, I could think, I could read. I simply tabulated my blessings, and that gave me a start.
It has been the acknowledged right of every Marxist scholar to read into Marx the particular meaning that he himself prefers and to treat all others with indignation.
John Kenneth Galbraith
I could not do what I do, and teach a class, and never miss a deadline, never be late for anything if I was a lush, OK? I would really love to read a piece that said, 'He is not a lush.' That would be fabulous, it would be a first, I could show it to people and say, 'Look!'
I basically read every book ever written about Marilyn Monroe.
Anybody who knows me knows I would never read a comic book. And I certainly would never read anything written by Kevin Smith.
I'm a great believer that the most important years are the sort of early years but the preschool years and then into the first and second grades. If you get a good base in the first and second grade and you can read, you can do anything.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
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