Challenge History [Seer Crawl day 42]

This is how I have been reading books lately. A few paragraphs at a time. Maybe a page or two. To really read and not just consume. Recently, I decided to re-read my book in the same manner. So, your thought from The Seer to ponder for today: a slow read through THE SEER. Day 42. [all material from the book appears in italics]:



I went to my local bookstore to pick up a novel that I ordered. Andrew, the owner, gave me my book. There was a slip of paper folded and tucked inside the pages. My name was printed in marker on the outside fold. I said, “What’s this?” Andrew looked at it and said, “It’s for you, I guess. I don’t know how it got there.”

I opened it and found a postcard bearing the black and white image of a factory with this quote:

“The story of the human race is the story of men and women selling themselves short.”

Abraham Maslow


Well? Isn’t the question is obvious?

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