Continuing our Ayn Rand Quote month!
Today’s quote: the importance of individual rights.
How do you feel about Ayn’s views?
This month, we have the highly controversial quotes from the lovely Ayn Rand.
Today’s topic: Government help.
This month, I’ve decided to feature J.R.R. Tolkien for quotes. Each Thursday in March, the quote will be by him. Tolkien has always been fascinating to me because he basically created fantasy as we know it today, just because he wanted a universe for the languages he had invented. That is true dedication. Anyway, on to the quote!
Ronald Dahl was quite the fascinating character. He originally didn’t set out to be an author at all. His first published work was a story based on his experiences in World War I. He had a buddy in the newspaper business that was writing a series on pilots from the war, and he asked Dahl to submit his rough outline. When the friend received his story, the friend told Dahl that he needed to switch careers and become an author.
Ronald Dahl loved writing children’s stories the most. He always said that the most effective children’s stories mixed humor with a little bit of terror.
Here are his thoughts on reading: