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Books: Our Never Failing Friends

  • Date Submitted: 04/21/2012 08:51 AM
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Books are the quietest and most constant of friends; they are the most accessible and wisest of counselors, and the most patient of teachers.
Books are our never failing friends Books, like a true friend stand by us through thick and thin.   Books are always there for you, especially when friends aren't. You can completely disappear into a world of your choosing. You can curl up with a book in bed on a cold, winter's night. Compared to other activities, books don't cost very much. Even kids can afford second-hand books, and the library is free! Even Gandhiji kept books as his friend. books will never leave us, until we leave them. they are our real friends. They enlighten, give us knowledge, entertain us and inform us We can carry books with us when we travel. They are our constant companions. when we are tired of reading we can close them, we can even read them at midnight. They fill our minds and hearts with hope and joy. Unlike human friends they never deceive or betray us.
When we read books, we are in the company of the best and the noblest minds of all ages. They enrich our minds by providing us with knowledge and widen our imagination They lift the poor out of poverty and the wretched out of misery. They make the burden bearer forget his burden and the sick his sufferings They bring light into darkness and sunshine into shadow Books like the Gita and the Mahabharta inspire us. They make us brave, daring and dauntless They are a treasure house of noble thoughts which are open to us day and night. A book like the Ramayana is undoubtedly the best of companions. . .


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