I'm going back to the library tomorrow. I mostly search the large print editions. I have much trouble reading regular print. In fact I have quit trying. It's either large print books or books on CDs, which I don't like as well. Most libraries don't have a large inventory of large print books. Because of that, I do a lot of reading on the internet. I didn't quite understand what you said about the Bible, Joe, but you reminded me I don't have one. I gave my bible that was once my dad's to my daughter. It was the King James Version of the Scofield Bible so I don't read the bible. I wouldn't if I had one probably but I start the day each morning playing my harmonicas. I play all the church music of my youth, first because those songs are the only ones I can remember and in fairness they are easier to play for someone trying to cope and forestall emphysema or COPD. I play an hour daily. This morning I played some country with Willy and a bit with Waylon Jennings, then rocked House of the Rising Sun. I guess that works as my daily devotion. I started out blowing a harp trying to dislodge some of the carbon monoxide from my lungs. I still do that, but now I play for the pleasure of it, occasionally learning new songs, and I practice. Playing an instruct is a life long endeavor. The lowly harmonica is no exception. Many people play; few can master it. Back to reading and libraries, I have two adventures periodically. Going to the library and growing is an adventure and going to the grocery store is my other adventure. It's what i do.