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Hayakawa writes of fiction as a tool to increase your experience of life, to increase the number and variety of experiences in your life, your appreciation of those experiences, to understand others and so much more!
” Terry Love in the Time of Cholera - Gabriel Garcia Marquez --“It’s for me ‘life imitates art’ because an old lover appeared in my life after 31 years.
Suzuki had a humble vision that in order to change this world, we need to change the way people think and live, not just to change the symptoms of what is wrong.
Not just to get rid of pop-prejudice and hatred, but to get rid of labels entirely, to `fight' war and injustice with peace and understanding instead of anger....
I triumphed with [Pip's] successes, felt the blow of failure in his defeats, and felt sorrow when he broke his own principles.
I saw values in Pip that I wanted to emulate in my own life — a dedication to pursuing my dreams, overcoming my weaknesses, and treating others respectfully regardless of what frustrations I may have in my own life…” Jamie Healing Invisible Wounds: Paths to Hope and Recovery in a Violent World - Richard F.
This was no fiction yet it read stranger than anything else up till then." Language in Thought and Action - S. Hayakawa A book that “provides a whole rationale for reading fiction that I have never forgotten.
I grew up in a time and a household where reading fiction was analagous to wasting your time.
Having read all the classic science fiction on the shelves, Capote’s matter of fact prose was as disturbing to me as it was new.So much poetry has affected my life: Sylvia Plath’s _Ariel_; Campbell Mc Grath’s _Road Atlas_; James Wright’s _Above the River_; Brenda Hillman’s _Cascadia_…Walt Whitman, Emily Dickinson, Robert Bly…