PHOTO PROMPT – Copyright – Randy Mazie
“I am going to the neighborhood library and will be back only in the evening. So don’t bother calling me.”
He left the house in a huff and slammed the door shut behind him as he walked down the street.
Spending hours on end in a library surrounded by books of various shapes and sizes written by a varied variety of authors brought him a sense of joy which nothing else could match.
The quiet environs of the library also helped him relax and take his mind away from the usual everyday worries he dealt with at home and office.
Written for the photo prompt and you can read other entries here.
It sounds like he found the best way to unwind. Much better than going to a bar. Nice one.
Yes Rochelle :). The feeling of being around books is something which no bar or any other way to unwind can replace :D.
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The tranquility of a library is unmatched by any place else – save maybe an ashram or cloistered setting. Nice little story. Randy
Truly agree Randy :). Thanks for stopping by.
I wonder… are there certain books which are antidotes for certain specific problems?
Am sure there are books of all kinds catering to everyone’s tastes across the spectrum. What kinds are you looking at? 🙂
Susan Elderkin has a book out called bibliotherapy , a book for every ailment! Very entertaining.
Thanks Miranda for pointing it out. Shall check it out sometime :).
the world needs more people who read 🙂
Love the fact that reading opens your eyes to so much happening around everywhere :).