Friday, December 13, 2019
On the supremacy of libraries
I had a longish talk the other night with one of our (High School) student workers here at the library. I can go years without getting to know student workers, but the point at which we become friendly invariably marks their imminent departure. I have mused on this curious scenario in the past, but my current feeling is that the point at which they're developmentally ready to engage with me is also the point at which they are mature enough to realize they are destined for greater things.
"Greater things than the library?" You ask.
Well you know youth, so unrealistic.
Posted by Feldenstein Calypso at 6:30 AM
Labels: co-workers, libraries, self-improvement, teens, tombs
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