WPC: Satisfaction

I derive great satisfaction from being in a room full of books. I might not read all of them, but their mere existence brings me calm.

 

satisfaction1

Not my living room, sadly, but a living room of a Bishop at Fulham Palace 

satisfaction2

Wish my college library was as funky and cool (with a cafe) as this new Library at Oxford. We couldn’t visit the old Library because of the Graduation Ceremony.

 

 

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9 comments

  1. Hammad Rais · July 27

    Books are indeed a big source of satisfying our thirst for knowledge and wisdom. Lovely captures 🙂

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    • KG · July 27

      Thank you, Hammad. They are indeed the finest source.

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  2. swo8 · July 27

    It like being in the presence of all that collective knowledge. Hopefully, one will get the chance to read most of it.
    Leslie

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  4. Anita · July 28

    The first one also makes me wonder if there’s a hidden room / passage behind it, accessible by gently tugging at one of the books. (Yeah I think I’ve been watching too many movies)

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    • KG · July 28

      😁 I wouldn’t be surprised if there was one. You never know 🤔 😉

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