Going Back to My Text Book

@franxav (4065)
November 26, 2016 2:06am CST
I am reading again " The Recovery of Man in Childhood" by A.C. Harwood. It was given to me as a text book when I joined this society working with orphaned children. About 13 years ago I had read it through. I did grasp the basic ideas but there were points I could have missed. So, I thought of reading it again. I find that reading it again is refreshing.
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@happyhaha (296)
• Fuzhou, China
26 Nov 16
Sometimes it is not enough to read books just once. Again and again, can find rmore and more.
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@JudyEv (108508)
• Bunbury, Australia
26 Nov 16
This is true for me too. I discover more and more every time I read a book.
@JudyEv (108508)
• Bunbury, Australia
26 Nov 16
Whenever I read a book a second time I am surprised by how much of it I have forgotten.
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@shivamani10 (11156)
• Hyderabad, India
26 Nov 16
yes. there is nothing wrong reading it again. The more your read the more new things you will find to learn...of course if it is a good book
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@imravi (2369)
• India
26 Nov 16
I haven't read it.What's it about?
@franxav (4065)
27 Nov 16
In simple terms, it is on special method of education proposed by Rudolf Steiner.
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@imravi (2369)
• India
27 Nov 16
@franxav I'm gonna read it.. thanks for the information...
@jobelbojel (5959)
• Philippines
27 Nov 16
That is what I do as well. There are really important points that we missed out during the first reading. And eventually really understand the meaning of other points discussed in the book.