Paul N. F. (23 Apr 2011)
"Some Thoughts About the Newspaper"

Some Thoughts About the Newspaper

By A. W. Tozer

It hardly need be said that most of us are  not
selective enough in our reading.

I have often wondered how many square yards
of newsprint passes in front of the eyes of the
average civilized man in the course of a year.

Surely it must run into several acres; and I am
afraid our average reader does not realize a very
large crop on his acreage.

The best advice I have heard on this topic was
given by a Methodist minister.

He said, "Always read your newspaper standing up."

Henry David Thoreau also had a low view of the daily press.
Just before leaving the city for his now celebrated sojourn on
the banks of Walden Pond a friend asked him if he would like
to have a newspaper delivered to his cottage.
"No," replied Thoreau, "I have already seen a newspaper."

Yours in Christ,
Paul N. F.

I agree with the men above on the newspaper.