To Read for Challenge and Awakening (Joel. D. Hirst)

“For everybody, our great escape from ignorance comes only in the quiet candlelit nights with only a book and our own reactions to the ideas presented therein.” These are the words of Joel. D. Hirst as he looks back at his reading 2018. He highlights the importance of reading and names three meaningful books for him this year. I recommend this post.

It is said if you want to be a writer, you have to read. The converse of that of course is that if somebody does not read they cannot write. And not merely articles in American Affairs Journal either, or National Review – good though they might be; a writer, even a writer of non-fiction, […]

via My Most (and Least) Favorite Books of 2018 — Joel D. Hirst’s Blog

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