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About meI'm a retired electronic technician. I am Christian.
As we think so do we act. At the root of all our conscious actions lies a thought in our minds. Upon the strength of men's convictions depends the effectiveness of what they do. These truisms deserve closer attention than they commonly receive. We can lay no claim to wisdom unless we know what facts are certain, what may be taken as provisional, on what we should suspend judgment.
Therefore the need for learning which could be defined as thinking methodically.
My library facilitates this important learning process.
My 'down-time' sees me reading historical fiction, or doing mathematics for the sure pleasure of it.

About my libraryMy collecting books started around the year 1963.To my Philosophy, History, Science and Art books were added many Theology and Spiritual books after my re-conversion in 1973.


Favorite authorsBenedict M. Ashley, O.P. (Shared favorites)


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LocationAbbotsford, British Columbia, Canada

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Member sinceSep 18, 2007

Currently readingThe Ashley Reader: Redeeming Reason by Benedict Ashley, OP

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