Tv is better than books because it can ease the mind. Now if your talking education. It is controversially the tool of improvement and progression. I have learned much from my many years of television watching, but I have also read numerous books. As for the children, they are very perceptive to information and remember it immediately.
Worse, it steals time for activities that actually develop her brain, like interacting with other people and playing. They teach me about different human behaviours and many other things. There's very little that beats the world described in books. Books give you a chance to imagine. Moreover, the National Geographic is the best channel that teaches geography! Both fuel our imagination in very different ways; both have existed for eras together, come in different genres and count as an expression of humanity. Thats one perfect example of what a book cant do. They can teach you new words.
I am no physically there, but my brain thinks I am. You just visualize whatever is presented to you. For one it lets you control the rate of inflow since you can read fast or slow. The true experience of reading a book is indescribable. Gathering information can be done through many forms of media. Books Leave Room for the Imagination Nobody can tell you how to read a book. Because the television is an easy way to get some cultural texts, many people enjoy it for not only an entertainment but also as a learning tool.
So what if the actors were crap but you still got the jist of the thing you were watching. It's a harmless show that's supposed to entertain children by making them laugh. Of course, you can fast forward and change scenes if you are watching a movie, but it is a bit different I think. I wouldn't call them guests inasmuch as they were the enemy, who would censor literature and consequently the expression and trade of ideas. Kurisumasu Omedeto Jiberish: Mithag Crithagsigathmithags Korean: Sung Tan Chuk Ha Kurdish: Serî sallî nwê pîroz Lao: souksan van Christmas Latin: Natale hilare et Annum Faustum! The practice of telling stories at bed time compensated to some extent for the lack of reading. Books and live theater used to be equals, both regarded with the same highbrow approval. The television tells us almost everything and shows how it is like unlike books.
You get to imagine your characters and build up ideas about what the situation is like. Reading is really fun, interesting, enjoyable and a good thing to do. Moreover in attempt to reach greater audiences shows are capped at a intellectual capacity of the casual person. Believing that a commercil is poison to our brains is like saying an advertisement in a newspaper is poison to our brains. Today, plays even surpass books in their eliteness. A book converted to a 90 minute movie format will leave out detail causing you to fill in what is needed.
Books if red for pleasure, give a lot of possibilities which are developed while reading, such as imagination which is a precious tool for our minds. Btw, is this the movie you were talking about? Most books can even be borrowed at local libraries for free. I cannot find from television some sort of information which can be useful for me, or teach me something valuable and significant. That depends on how good your imagination is. All we do most of us atleast when we read a book is just sit back and enjoy the story. The words written in books make me visualise what all is happening in front of me.
Pro Thank you for your respond, I agree with you in some points. But to read a book you need the lights on. The selection of literature is far larger and more rich than the selection of movies. Reading books not only helps in improving the vocabulary but also increases our imagination. Your books can only be paperweights. Besides, very often a person can find answers to many questions of concern to human and sometimes solutions to any problems connecting with not only with romantic relationships but with global problems such as finding meaning in life and choosing the right path.
And yet, television is still the red headed step child of entertainment. When I read, it is amazing, I focus in the lecture, and it is like make a traveling. It will be quiet and the cost is not expensive. However, it depends on the person and book. Are you saying entertainment makes us feel reality is boring? I am just as happy watching a 90 Day Fiancé marathon as I am reading some good Toni Morrison.