High on my list of Things To Do is "Organise Books In Study". I've just spent the last hour ploughing through the entire wall of bookshelves to find some books I needed, realising in the process that whatever system we had for organising them (and we did) has become hopelessly muddled in 3 years.
I also found my copy of the The Bhagavad Gita, with, of all things, the invite to my junior college graduation night slipped in between the pages. I remember now that I carried it in the pocket of my jacket as backup reading material in case the night got boring, which is quite funny now that I think of it. If I could send a message back in time, I would say to my old self "forget the book, just have a good time". On the other hand, The Bhagavad Gita is excellent reading, and the penguin edition is a slim volume that fits well in any pocket, and even now I still tend to carry a book with me "just in case".