About 2 hours ago, I was scheduled to meet Dynn for a talk. But he didn't come. His sister just texted me that we could reschedule it some other time. I took off, clueless for the next stop until I saw PCBS on sale.
PCBS is a bookstore that sells Christian stuffs: books, magazines, CDs, bookmarks, etc. They're tagging their items with discounts ranging from 60% to 30% less the original price. I was scanning through the shelves and found arrays of books I was wanting to buy since and found several items that could feed the brain.
I found Elisabeth Elliot's The Mark of a Man, read through its back page and found it interesting. Somebody introduced it to me some few months ago, but missed to scribble it over my TO-BUY list. The item wasn't marked with a discount, but I still bought it for 175. Based on the feedbacks I've heard, the book's sensibly incomparable.
Reading is worth burning time than something else. It's a food for the brain. You just really have to be picky though and not end with a few regrets. Why did I choose the book?
Now you know why I bought the book.