4 thoughts on “The Act of Reading

  1. To be honest – the thing I thought of was that the hands look like they are crafting something. Reading is, thereby, labor – and we should endeavor to labor well when we read. It’s more than just passively inputting information.

  2. It looks like a man trying to pick his friend’s nose! These things ought not be brethren. As the early church father Pickiest Nasus once said,
    “Thou mayest pickest thy friends, Thou mayest pickest thy nose, but thou mayest not pickest thy friends nose.”

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