3 edition of How I would help the world found in the catalog.
|Statement||Helen Keller ; introduction by Ray Silverman|
|LC Classifications||BX8711 .K45 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 104 p. :|
|Number of Pages||104|
|LC Control Number||2010042829|
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How I Would Help the World book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This essay by Helen Keller is a paean of praise to Emanue /5. An appendix at the end of the book compares and contrasts Keller’s religious viewpoints with those of Swedenborg and photographs of Keller in various stages of her life are sprinkled throughout the book.
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Swedenborg’s books are an inexhaustible well-spring of satisfaction to those who live the life of the mind. I plunge my hands into my large Braille volumes containing his teachings, and withdraw them full of the secrets of the spiritual world.
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Information on how to do so can be found on your packing slip. Taking books out of the equation would be like plucking the petals from every rose that ever grew in the entire world or splashing Van Gogh’s paintings with tar. A world without books would be a monochrome world and undeniably signal the end of one of the most personal methods to.
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There may be different values and structures, but in the end it’s about family. Books enrich my religious beliefs, lift me up when I’m feeling blue, and offer a delightful escape when I need a vacation but can’t afford to leave the house.
They enrich my life by introducing me to people and places that I might never experience. And best of all, they convey ideas that enrich my view of the world. Without books, life today would be exponentially more primitive. Books have allowed for an increase in literacy, the spread of knowledge, and the phenomenon of collective learning.
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