Bookworm wrote:Hi everyone, long time lurker here. So a few days ago I read the first pages of the book on this very thread. Not all of it, just 3 or 4 pages. And on one of the page, the first or second one If I remember right, there was a sentence in which Gordon Cole was (I'm paraphrasing there) quoting an old friend of his that said something about Mystery. Something about why/how Mystery is an essential part of our life (paraphrasing again) because everyone like mysteries, or something to that effect. So does anyone who read the excerpts remember something like that? I really like the quote but when I came back to write it down the pictures where taken down. Thanks!
"A wise man once told me that mystery is the most essential ingredient of life, for the following reason: mystery creates wonder, which leads to curiosity, which in turn provides the ground for our desire to understand who and what we truly are"
..and it ain't Gordon Cole or his friend who said that. At this point, the author is.......a MYSTERY!......
(But back to the real world, copyright Mark Frost, go buy the book AND the audio book. I think I will listen to the CDs while I look at the pictures in the book