85 reading phrases with which to open your mind

Famous quotes that remind us of the importance of reading and opening new horizons. Reading can be a wonderful habit, very healthy for our mind. With the company of books we can be the person we want to be and travel to distant worlds both in time and space, or even fantasy worlds.
85 reading phrases with which to open your mind

Promoting reading in ourselves and in the people around us will benefit us throughout our lives.

Throughout history, great thinkers and personalities of all time have always been characterized by being also avid readers. And they knew that reading is a necessary step towards being a more educated, fair and honest person.

For all this, here are 85 sentences about reading to learn how it can help us open our minds. They are famous quotes narrated by great geniuses of all time.

Throughout history, great thinkers and personalities of all time have always been characterized by being also avid readers. And they knew that reading is a necessary step towards being a more educated, fair and honest person.

For all this, here are 85 sentences about reading to learn how it can help us open our minds. They are famous quotes narrated by great geniuses of all time.

1. The ability and taste for reading gives access to what has already been discovered by others. (Abraham Lincoln)
Reading can help us develop our mind using as thoughts of other people that can be useful to us.

2. If we find a man of strange intellect, we should ask him what books he reads. (Ralph Waldo Emerson)
Reading can make us develop a different intellect than many people we live with daily.

3. No matter how busy you think you are, you must find time to read, or surrender to a self-chosen ignorance. (Confucius)
Not reading means not instructing us as people or having a poor education, which will impact our lives.

4. The person who does not read good books has no advantage over the one who cannot read. (Mark Twain)
How we select the works we read is very important, especially if we want to extract some knowledge from them.

5. Reading is for the mind what exercise is for the body. (Joseph Addison)
Reading helps us at the intellectual level to develop our brain, and to tune it up for the situations in which we will find ourselves.

6. It is what you read when you do not have to, which determines what you will be. (Oscar Wilde)
A very true quote from Oscar Wilde, who speaks directly to us of the vital importance that reading can suppose.

7. Reading all the good books is like a conversation with the best people of the past centuries. (Rene Descartes)
Indeed, reading can introduce us to the mind of someone we are separated by distance or time.

8. Reading is an art form and every person can be an artist. (Edwin Louis Cole)
It is certainly a habit accessible to everyone and from which we can all benefit.

9. If one cannot enjoy reading a book over and over again, it makes no sense to read it. (Oscar Wilde)
Those books that catch us the most are worth the most; They transport us into the world they contain.

10. A man is known by the books he reads. (Ralph Waldo Emerson)
Our bedside books can say a lot about our personality and tastes.

11. Books are mirrors: you only see in them what you have inside. (Carlos Ruiz Zafon)
When we read a book, the inner voice we hear is that of our thoughts.

12. There is no enjoyment like reading. (Jane Austen)
Reading can be an activity that can give us a thousand sensations: fear, tranquility, restlessness ... everything depends on the book we read.

13. Once you learn to read, you will be free forever. (Frederick Douglass)
With reading we can fly without wings, run without legs and swim like a dolphin, the only limits are set by our minds.

14. Learning to read is lighting a fire; Each pronounced syllable is a spark. (Victor Hugo)
When we learn to read, we reach a new skill that enriches us as people and will be most useful for us all our lives.

15. If you don't like reading, you haven't found the right book. (JK Rowling)
When we find a book that we really like is when we really enjoy the power of reading.

16. If you only read the books that everyone is reading, you can only think what everyone is thinking. (Haruki Murakami)
Reading books other than others can enrich us deeply and develop in us a unique way of thinking.

17.Never two people read the same book. (Edmund Wilson)
Each book is interpreted by the person who reads it and as he understands that plot, each person reads the book from their particular focus or point of view.

18. I have not known any harm that an hour of reading does not relieve. (Charles de Montesquieu)
Reading can help reassure us and focus our thoughts or help us find the solution to a problem.

19. The only important thing in a book is the meaning it has for you. (W. Somerset Maugham)
Each person focuses a book from our perspective, the meaning of it can vary depending on who reads it and we must keep the meaning we give it personally.

20. Think before you speak. Read before thinking. (Fran Lebowitz)
Reading is an essential part of our education and it will be vital to know how to understand our thoughts.

21. The books that help you the most are the ones that make you think more. The hardest way to learn is with reading, but a great book by a great thinker is a boat of thoughts, deeply charged truth and beauty. (Pablo Neruda)
The great Pablo Neruda tells us about the power of reading and what she can give us, words that are certainly very accurate.

22. Without tears in the writer, there are no tears in the reader. Without surprise in the writer, there is no surprise in the reader. (Robert Frost)
The writer expresses his feelings and experiences in his works, in this way the reader can find a link with the writer.

23. You are the same now as in five years, except for the people you have met and the books you have read. (Charlie Jones)
Books can enrich our minds throughout our lives: we must never stop reading!

24. A book is a dream you have in your hand. (Neil Gaiman)
A poetic way of understanding what a book is and where it can lead to our mind.

25. We should not teach great books, we should teach love for reading. (BF Skinner)
That our close friends and loved ones acquire this fabulous habit is something that we should vigorously encourage.

26. You think your pain is inadmissible in the history of the world, but then you read. It is the books that taught me that the things that tormented me were the ones that connected me with the people alive or who had been alive. (James Baldwin)
As books can connect us with other people, it is undoubtedly something wonderful, deepening the thoughts of others we can realize that we all go through the same problems throughout our lives.

27. Books are unique portable magic. (Stephen King)
A phrase that I personally love about the great Stephen King, no doubt the books have great magic.

28. Not all readers are leaders, but all leaders are readers. (Harry S. Truman)
To reach high goals in life, reading is an obligatory habit, because without the knowledge that it can give us we will never reach them.

29. There is much more to a book than just reading. (Maurice Sendak)
The important thing about a book is not just reading it, we must also understand and internalize it.

30. Do not read how children do, to have fun, or as ambitious, to instruct you. No, read to live. (Gustave Flaubert)
This quote encourages us to see reading as a healthy habit that we should never part with in our lives.

31. Education begins a good gentleman, but reading, good company and reflection must end it. (John Locke)
Reading accompanied by other good habits will make us the person of profit that we want to become.

32. Great books help you understand and help you feel understood. (John Green)
Developing our understanding is something we do through reading and with that we also learn to express ourselves better.

33. There are worse crimes than burning books. One of them is not to read them. (Joseph Brodsky)
Not reading those books also get lost over time and also lose the intellectual value they contain.

34. Reading is nothing but a silent conversation. (Walter Savage Landor)
With reading, the only voices heard are those of our thoughts within our mind.

35. I read a book once and my whole life changed. (Orhan Pamuk)
When we acquire this fantastic habit, our life can give a radical change.

36. The greatest gift is a passion for reading. (Elizabeth Hardwick)
Valuing what we learn with reading is something that greatly favors us intellectually and psychologically.

37. Never read an entire book just because you started it. (John Witherspoon)
If a book does not catch us we should not force ourselves to read it, not all books are equally good or are written for the same type of person.

38. If you want to tell me the heart of a man, don't tell me what he reads, but what he reread. (François Mauriac)
Those books that we read the most are those with which we find the greatest harmony and with which we identify most.

39. Choose an author as you choose a friend. (Christopher Wren)
Authors can convey confidence, especially when we already know what kind of books they write and so we can value them.

40. The habit of reading is the only enjoyment that endures when there are no other pleasures. (Anthony Trollope)
Reading can accompany us until the day of our death, it is an imperishable pleasure in time.

41. There is an art of reading, as well as an art of thinking and an art of writing. (Isaac D'Israeli)
Knowing how to read and understand that reading can also take years of preparation, there are many reading styles, some denser and others lighter.

42. Reading and writing, like everything else, improve with practice. (Margaret Atwood)
The more we write or read, we learn to develop these skills in a better and more efficient way.

43. Reading is a discount ticket everywhere. (Mary Schmich)
With the purchase of a book we can travel all over the world from the same sofa in our house.

44. Reading can give you more satisfaction than anything else. (Bill Blass)
Without a doubt, the pleasure of reading can make us very happy and raise a good mood in us every day.

45. I think of life as a good book. The further you go, the more it begins to make sense. (Harold Kushner)
We must think that our life is the best book we will ever read and conversely we can also read the lives of others.

46. ​​Never leave the book you can read today for tomorrow. (Holbrook Jackson)
We must take advantage of every day of our life and as best we can do it is reading.

47. Reading a book is taking advantage of all the experience the writer has had.
Learning from the experiences of others is something we can do by reading their books, certainly something very positive for ourselves.

48. The history of humanity, its experience and all its knowledge, is recorded in the books. Take advantage of them and every day you will be a little more human.
We can read books that are hundreds of years old as if they were totally contemporary and learn from the knowledge they contain.

49. Not everyone who reads is smart but all smart ones read books.
You can read and be a person with medium intellectual abilities, but surely reading will help you develop them.

50. When you read a good book, somewhere in the world a door opens to allow more light to enter. (Vera Nazarian)
Reading helps us improve as people and indirectly society also benefits.

51. Always read something that will make you look good if you die in the middle of reading. (PJ O'Rourke)
A humorous phrase that encourages us to read those works that are really worth it.

52. A good novel tells you the truth about your hero. A bad novel tells you the truth about its author. (Gilbert K. Chesterton)
Finding high-quality novels is not as usual as we might suppose, the best are the ones that best introduce us into them.

53. Keep reading books. But remember that a book is just a book, and that you must learn to think for yourself. (Maxim Gorky)
Not only must we read a book, we must reconsider about it and its meaning in order to understand it.

54. The books serve to show a man that his original thoughts are not so new after all. (Abraham Lincoln)
What we think today may already have been thought a hundred years ago and published in a book.

55. You know you have read a good book when you turn the last page and feel as if you had lost a friend. (Paul Sweeney)
The books we enjoy most when reading we wish they would never end, that they were endless.

56. A book is like a mirror. If a fool looks at him, you can't expect a genie to look back. (JK Rollins)
From a book we will only be able to extract the knowledge that we can extract, perhaps another person is able to see things that we had not seen.

57. What you don't know would make a great book. (Sydney Smith)
When a book has the ability to surprise and innovate it makes this a great book.

58. Make it a rule to never give a child a book that you would never read yourself. (George Bernard Shaw)
We should recommend books that we would read to any of our environment, on the contrary we should not recommend a bad work because it is easier to read.

59. A book is a version of the world. If you don't like it, ignore it, or offer your own version in return. (Salman Rushdie)
Each book gives us a particular vision of the world it contains, this may not be to our liking and if we believe we can give a better vision we can try.

60. The books you don't read don't help you. (Jim Rohn)
Books are a great support in our lives, as long as we decide to use them.

61. I would never read a book if it were possible to talk half an hour with the man who wrote it. (Woodrow Wilson)
The author of a book can have a very uneven personality from the personality of the book he wrote.

62. A classic is a book that people love and don't read. (Mark Twain)
Many times the classics are books very cited in conversations and very little read in practice.

63. When you find two people who have read more than 100 books, it is as if you find two people who have lived more than 100 lives.
Reading can internalize in us thousands of experiences that we can later share with our relatives.

64. If you don't want to make all the mistakes of a writer, read his books.
Learning from the mistakes of the author of a book can be a way of not committing them in our personal lives.

65. Read a book and live a life, watch TV and lose a day.
Reading can enrich our personality and our mind; television, on the other hand, is only a superfluous hobby lacking proven information.

66. The man who reads nothing is better educated than the man who reads nothing except newspapers. (Thomas Jefferson)
Newspapers are a type of reading with which the media can mold their readers to think as they want or acquire a particular vision.

67. There are many ways to enlarge the world of your children. The love for books is the best of all. (Jacqueline Kennedy)
That our children acquire the habit of reading will help them in their lives to achieve everything they set out to do.

68. Reading will give you lasting pleasure. (Laura Bush)
With reading we can acquire knowledge that can help us be happier throughout our lives.

69. A book is like a garden loaded in your pocket. (Chinese proverb)
Books are a precious asset of humanity that should be much more valued by all people.

70. Some books leave us free and others make us free. (Ralph Waldo Emerson)
There are books that help us reach a level of knowledge with which we can have a broader view of the world around us and its functioning.

71. Reading is a conversation. All books speak. But a good book also listens. (Mark Haddon)
The best books are those that make us think and want to understand them in a better way or as a whole.

72. The best books are those that tell you what you already know. (George Orwell)
With some books our sense of connection is such that we can have the feeling that we are familiar with the plot, perhaps because they transport us to the author's mind.

73. Read the best books first or you may not have a chance to read them. (Henry David Thoreau)
We must also be critical and try to read those books that we believe will contribute the most.

74. In a good book, the best is between the lines. (Swiss proverb)
Many times the most important things in books are not cited in textual terms, they have to be interpreted by the readers themselves.

75. A classic is a book that has never finished saying what it has to say. (Italo Calvino)
When a book reaches the classic level it is usually because it is such a good book that you can read it a thousand times and continue to find new experiences.

76. We live for books. (Umberto Eco)
Writers are people who devote their lives to writing and creating new books.

77. There is no substitute for books in a child's life. (May Ellen Chase)
In our childhood, books are perhaps the ones that will teach us the most things.

78. The things you want to know are in the books; My best friend is the one who gets me a book that I have not read. (Abraham Lincoln)
Recommending a good book to an avid reader can be a complicated task, as they may have already read it.

79. Sleep is fine and books are better. (George RR Martin)
Reading before going to sleep is proven to help us relax and fall asleep in a more optimal way.

80. A man only learns in two ways, one reading, and another by association with smarter people. (Will Rogers)
Books and the people around us are two of the great pillars where we get more information to train as a person.

81. Reading provides knowledge materials to the mind; It is thought that makes ours what we read. (John Locke)
When we acquire information from a book that information becomes our power and we can do with it what we want, that is the power of knowledge.

82. The books that the world calls immoral are books that show the world their own shame. (Oscar Wilde)
An immoral book can be this way because it portrays the flaws of this immoral society, but immorality can be seen in many different ways depending on the point of view we observe.

83. Give me a man or woman who has read a thousand books and gives me an interesting company. Give me a man or woman who may have read three books and give me a dangerous company. (Anne Rice)
Not having read many books in our lives can denote a lack in us, but this can also be a class point of view to differentiate people from different social strata or those who have had a work life and those who have had a contemplative life. 

84. A book is a device to ignite the imagination. (Alan Bennett)
With books we can give free rein to our mind and our imagination, we can enjoy them a lot.

85. The transformative ideas of life have always come to me through books. (Bell Hooks)
Great thinkers or philosophers have always expressed their ideas through books, and these have helped society to change the world.

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