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Famous Quotes By Steve Leveen

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Plan to the extent that feels right to you at a particular time in your life, but always be open to serendipity. — Steve Leveen

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Perspective is a kind of mental sunblock that, provided we apply it properly, prevents us from getting burned by past mistakes. — Steve Leveen

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A library is a fueling station for your mind. — Steve Leveen

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The point of reading is not reading but living. Reading helps you live with greater appreciation, keener insight and heightened emotional awareness. — Steve Leveen

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Book love is something like romantic love. When we are reading a really great book, burdens feel lighter, cares seem smaller, and commonplaces are suddenly delightful. You become your best optimistic self. Like romantic love, book love fills you with a certain warmth and completeness. The world holds promise. — Steve Leveen

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I'm imagining that paper books will evolve to become something akin to candles we have them in our homes and cherish their light but don't light our homes with them. Readers of Lincoln's era would likely be surprised at how well-lit our homes are and I think it's likely that we will be surprised at how well-read future book readers will be. — Steve Leveen

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In our land of opportunities and distractions, it's hard to devote our attention to the quiet pleasures of reading. It's as if we live our lives in a noisy restaurant and can't have the intimate conversation we most yearn for. — Steve Leveen

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John Armato, a Public relations executive, cherishes his growing Library of Candidates. When people ask him if he's actually read all those books, he asks them if they've actually eaten all the food in their kitchen. "It is good to put up a supply of books; it increases the odds that you'll have what you want when you're hungry for it," he says — Steve Leveen