Libraries are places where books are kept. They’re wells of knowledge. Generations of information sit neatly classified, shelf after shelf. But libraries don’t only have to be places where you can borrow a book. If you imagine a library as a source of information, anything can be a library.
Your career is a library, full of lessons about how to make a living practicing a particular skill. Your family is a library, with stories handed down from parent to child. A neighborhood, restaurant, painting, old tree, all these things hold information, waiting to be discovered.
Libraries are everywhere. Not all have books.