"I have always imagined that Paradise will be a kind of library."
by:
Jorge Luis Borges
(1899-1986), Argentine Poet
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I love it. I'd love to spend, nay, invest, a month in the New York Public Library, or, The Library of Congress, if only those were not in New York and Washington, D.C.!
 -- John, Akron     
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    That's a nice idea.Or a book store filled with all your favorite books and even some books that you didn't know existed that could make you a better person after reading them.That Would be Heaven.
     -- KS.     
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    The two are unrelated, as we are learnining, even a library can be hell if it has been perverted by those who would censor it...
     -- Anonymous, Reston, VA US     
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    This would be paradise for me. I'd also need a comfy seat, something to put my feet up on and a crispy apple. Oh, and others with whom to discuss the books. Ahhhh
     -- Barbara, Houston     
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    I picture paradise as all knowledge already recieved. By that I mean all knowledge of EVERYTHING in the Multiverse. But for that to be paradise, everything important would already have happened and there would be nothing left to worry about.
     -- Anonymous, Raleigh, NC     
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