to Stewart, wherever you are
I'm a big sci-fi fan, and have devoured my fair share of science fiction books. Back in highschool my dad saw an ad in the paper for someone selling boxes of old sci-fi books. We went over and purchase three boxes of books from this person. Needless to say, this kept me in reading for a long time. The fact that they were older 70's era books didn't matter at all, they were still quite interesting.
One book from that collection - at least, I think it was from that collection - was about a future where some parts of humanity have developed mental powers, such that a gifted individual could read another's mind. One such character was being interviewed in this book by the media, and was describing what it's like getting into people's heads. He said that the most common feeling that humans harbour is guilt, and lots of it.
And that's where I'm at.
MrSka @ 09:33 AM EST [Keep reading...]