Quote of the Day… Reading Old Handwritten Letters is like Treasure Hunting

Reading Old Letters is like Treasure Hunting Quote

“To me, reading through old letters and journals is like treasure hunting. Somewhere in those faded, handwritten lines there is a story that has been packed away in a dusty old box for years.”  ― Sara Sheridan

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Quote of the Day… Voices from the Past

“Although she was a logical, practical person, she believed that in books there existed a kind of magic. Between the aging covers on these shelves, contained in tiny, abstract black marks on sheets of paper, were voices from the past. Voices that reached into the future, into Claire’s own heart and mind, to tell her what they knew, what they’d learned, what they’d seen, what they’d felt. Wasn’t that magic?”
― Christi Phillips, The Devlin Diary

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Quote of the Day… The Archive of our Memory

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“Even if we have bad feelings about our past and it causes a sense of alienation, it belongs to our history. Its benchmarks are stored in the granary of our mind and crucial evaluations for the future cannot be made without consulting the archive of our memory.” ( “Not without the past”)
― Erik Pevernagie

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Quote of the Day: Let us save what remains…

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Let us save what remains: not by vaults and locks which fence them from public eye and use in consigning them to the waste of time, but by such a multiplication of copies, as shall place them beyond the reach of accident. -Thomas Jefferson

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