"The greatest lessons I learned from my father didn't come from lectures or discipline or even time spent together. What has stuck with me is his example. From watching, I chose whether to be or not to be like him."
I share something truly neat that happened to me?
Okay......so, I recently received this Oxford
textbook in the mail.
a course companion for a philosophy class. No, I'm not taking a class at
Oxford (I wish) and neither are my sons (not yet anyway.) I was actually
aware the book would eventually be shipped to me—a free copy provided by the
wonderful people who put it together—and I was oh so excited to receive it!
first thing I did, of course, was open up the pages to chapter seven, entitled,
'Identity.' Now why in the world would I rush to do that?
Because my quote
on the first page
introducing the chapter!
How cool is that?
feeling pretty happy. It’s kind of a neat thing to see my words printed
in an Oxford textbook along with my website typed in a footnote (www.harrowbeth.com.) And concluding
the chapter, my name among references cited!