Thursday, 6 November 2014

Guidance in the Library

The library in Villa Twaklinilkawt obviously contains many excellent sources of enlightenment.

Issues of reasonable copyright and other forms of enlightened respect are always important, of course.  If the situation happened to be otherwise, only the very rich and the very silly would write anything for publication.  Where, then, would enlightenment be found?

Having the privilege of visiting an enlightened library is likely to inspire generosity and reciprocity between reasonably well-educated, courteous persons.  For example, whenever the library of Villa Twaklinilkawt is open to ordinary visitors, quiet guidance is provided to those persons by the highly trained staff and volunteers in the library's antechamber.

The reasons for such guidance are quite obvious:  Each enlightened leader has a duty to understand the benefits of public libraries, specialist libraries and private libraries.  Through such libraries, enlightened leadership is most easily developed.

All enlightened leaders have enlightening digital libraries of their own in the 21st century.  This is even the case if such leaders have the privilege of being able to afford to acquire and maintain enlightening private libraries in physical form. 

Do you wish to make your way to the library antechamber now?


The public ethereal tour of Villa Twaklinilkawt usually continues this way