Yesterday, I turned off the tv for awhile. I took my books of world history from my library and had a beautiful time reading the Hellenistic wars of Alexander and Persian and had to have some greek coffee.
This afternoon I went on with my reading upstairs in the bed with the company of Thomas and Chocolate.
I enjoyed the peace in our home while reading about the wars in human history.
The way to read, I copied it from a writer I always felt near: Montaigne. His reading is wondering between his books, with no worries and obligation. It is a pure bliss.
If you are as null as I am in history you may be interested in my books:
1- A Little History of the World by Ernst GOMBRICH which I love because it is written for young readers and is the opposite of boring
2- Toute L'Histoire du Monde by Jean Claude BARREAU that enchants you and grabs you from your world and tells a lot about the world history giving the consequences of the story told iin an easy style, as if chatting with a friend.
3- The Old Testament, the reading of which has always been like listening to a piece of Bach.
4- A World History by William H. Mc NEILL.