He occupied a region of consciousness somewhere on the edge of sleep – but not quite. He was still aware. A jumble of disconnected thoughts swirled inside his head. He could make no sense of them and it maddened him. In the depths of the night he lay in his bed, cognisant of the sounds […]
The human mind prefers to be spoonfed with the thoughts of others, but deprived of such nourishment it will, reluctantly, begin to think for itself – and such thinking, remember, is original thinking and may have valuable results.