My title is a marvelous quotation from something I’m reading, a nineteenth-century text.

” … cannot fail to afford you an almost boundless source of gratification and delight.”

What is it, do you think, that gives this author such pleasure and amazement?

What provides you with a deep well of delight? Think it over …

Well, here’s a link to his book (it will open in a new window or tab):

Houghton

And now, if you’ll turn to page 62, you can find the complete sentence.

What *is* it that provides us (he says) with an almost boundless source of gratification and delight?

(Read on a few pages for more delight, and some surprising illustrations).

Are you looking at the world a little differently now?

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