The true reason is slightly more prosaic - as every good librarian knows, if
you line the books up at the front of the shelves then you don't have to
dust there!

Gareth

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> [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Deborah A. Fleming
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> Subject: [GO] Feng Shui and books
> 
> Another thing about books and Feng Shui is that the space on 
> a shelf, at the edge, can be considered a knife...not a good 
> thing thing in Feng Shui.  To help to manage that energy, 
> books should be lined flush with the edge of a shelf, not 
> pushed back on the shelf with space between the edge of the 
> shelf and the books.
> 

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