The books smell like the infinite universe

Where do I go from here?

I was on duty on behalf of Randolf for the opening of the Window on Korea project at the Ateneo Library late last month and I suddenly missed the my alma mater’s library. I like the smell of the UST library the best, because it smelled like some hero passed by and died on the spot–like history. It smelled of yesterday, it looks like today and somehow it reeks of tomorrow–an abnormal fusion of my senses. Although I say, I loved the Rizal Library collection. I never saw the books they had at UST (or maybe because four years could never be enough to scour the entire UST collection)

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