More library hours….
Still at it…
Latest random quote:
When you are blind, a hand suddenly grabs you. A voice suddenly addresses you. There is no anticipation or preparation. I am grasped. I am greeted. I am passive in the presence of that which accosts me. I cannot escape it. The normal person can choose whom he wants to speak to, as he wanders around the streets or the marketplace. People are already there for him; they have a presence prior to his greeting them, and he can choose whether or not to turn that presence into a relationship by addressing his acquaintance. For the blind person, people are in motion, they are temporal, they come and they go. They come out of nothing; they disappear.
– Touching the Rock, an Experience of Blindness by John M. Hull, Pantheon Books, New York, 1990
Must. Put. Book. Down. And. Write.