A collection of thoughts and quotations that slant, bend, twist, provoke, perplex ... Topics range widely, focusing on health, information, librarianship, technology, ethics, advocacy, accessibility and more. Collected by Patricia F. Anderson.
Aug 13, 2008 5:59pm
… I still remember a vivid dream I had on October 25, 1971. Swift was a six-story building. Only the first floor of this building was a slaughterhouse, and when I found a secret elevator, it transported me to the upper floors. These upper levels consisted of beautiful museums and libraries that contained much of the world’s culture. As I walked through the vast corridors of knowledge, I realized that life is like the library and the books can be read only one at a time, and each one will reveal something new. - Grandin, Temple. ”Stairway to Heaven, Religion and Belief.” Thinking in Pictures, and Other Reports from My Life with Autism. NY: Vintage Books, (c) 1995, p. 195.blog comments powered by Disqus
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