I'd rather read than watch TV and most of
the time I read mysteries, novels based on history
and other frivolous and sometimes grisly subjects.
Russell primarily reads what he calls "real books".
In other words non-fiction.
Every once in awhile I come across a line or two
in my reading that resonates and stays with me.
Here's one such example:
"Our job is to enjoy the earth and take care of it.
Worry robs us of our faith
and our joy and gives us nothing in return."
This is from a James Lee Burke novel Feast Day of Fools
A grisly suspense novel that if one pays attention