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    YOU ARE READING OUR MIND

    Whad you do think this "YOU ARE READING OUR MIND" implies? Is it a metaphor? I guess it might mean volunteering readers understand handicapped listeners' desire to listen to books.

    YOU ARE READING OUR MIND
    4p)If you enjoy reading, you have a skillthatis easy to share. Community shelters often have children who are as hungry for fun stories asfor a meal. Libraries and children’s hospitals may love your offer of story time. On a more personal level, you can read to an elderly neighbor or someonewho is blind. Also, look for a local organization that may need readers for a “talking books” program.
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    Re: YOU ARE READING OUR MIND

    Quote Originally Posted by keannu View Post
    Whad you do think this "YOU ARE READING OUR MIND" implies? Is it a metaphor? I guess it might mean volunteering readers understand handicapped listeners to desire to listen to books.

    YOU ARE READING OUR MIND
    4p)If you enjoy reading, you have a skillthatis easy to share. Community shelters often have childrenwhoareas hungry for fun stories asfor a meal. Libraries and children’s hospitals may love your offer of story time. On a more personal level, you can read to an elderly neighbor or someonewho is blind. Also, look for a local organization that may need readers for a “talking books” program.
    It doesn't make much sense to me I'm afraid. Nor does your sentence, for that matter.

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    Re: YOU ARE READING OUR MIND

    Yes, it's confusing!

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    Re: YOU ARE READING OUR MIND

    It's confusing only because it is illiterate, as usual.

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