Anyway I feel inclined to at least mention what I'm doing now and why I'm doing it.
I'm currently reading:
Stiff--the curious life of human cadavers
The Peacemaker--a biblical guide to resolving personal conflict
I'm reading david Copperfield because it's a classic and every so often I like to sharpen my classic reading skills. It's slower and sadder than books today , and I love it for that.
Stiff, because it's interesting and morbid. I find it irresistible.
The peacemaker, I'm reading because I have to figure out what I want more--respect or peace.
I'm also taking a course online. It's called Early Christianity: letters of Paul. I'm doing this because I want to get my master's degree or a graduate certificate and I feel like I need to start getting used to academia. This is a certificate course not one for credit, but it's only to get me going.
I can't just keep reading for no reason and storing knowledge with no outlet and no respect. Who cares if you're smart? It's all about what your stupid linked in profile says you are.