MizB at Should Be Reading hosts Musing Mondays. This week’s musing asks . . . Below is a link to an NPR discussion about the simple fact that there’s no way you can read, see and experience all the things that are available to be experienced. The two methods for dealing with it are culling (i.e., cutting out certain genres that don’t interest you, etc.) or surrender (i.e., just making peace with the facts and enjoying what you can in the time that you have). http://www.npr.org/2011/06/27/137451477/you-cant-possibly-read-it-all-so-stop-trying
So, do you cull, or do you surrender? Or do you do both?
I definitely cull. If I'm not interested, I'm not reading it. I know what I enjoy, and I won't waste the little time I have to read on something I'm not into, i.e. fantasy, science fiction, most politics.