A Tidbit from the Life of Erasmus

erasmus2In 1500 Erasmus wrote a friend these lines:

My Greek studies are almost too much for my courage; while I have not the means of purchasing books, or the help of a teacher. And while I am in all this trouble, I have scarcely the wherewithal to sustain life; so much is our learning worth to us!

Erasmus valued learning and teaching above eating.  Most of our contemporaries value eating more, so that while they are happy to spend $60 on a dinner out they cringe at the thought of spending that much on a great book.

We live in strange times.

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