- Are you guilty of tsundoku?
“We collect, covet, and guard books the way a dragon does jewels. There’s even a word for having too many books: tsundoku.”
Do you buy more books than you can afford and/or more books than your house can accommodate? Do you have more books than you can ever read? Do you like the feel of a real tangible book?..
Read this article on the joy of reading, the love of books, and learning to let go.
- So, have you bought any new books lately?
Are your bookshelves overstuffed? Can you barely see your house behind the dusty stacks of books you might read one day?
Maybe it’s time for a purge. Alternatively,
“…stop beating yourself up for buying too many books or for having a to-read list that you could never get through in three lifetimes.”
Read this article on why having way too many books is a very good thing.
What say you?
Image: Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Apple Vendor (La Marchande de pommes), 1890. Oil on canvas, Overall: 25 9/16 x 21 7/16 in. (65 x 54.5 cm). BF8. Public Domain.