Author: May Wells. Review by Roger Knight
Rosemary May Wells is a prolific but gentle writer. I find her writings an inspiration. Sayings on the Riches of Life is a departure from her usual work, however. It is a wide-ranging collection of sayings drawn from a very broad compass. Some are paraphrases of well-known quotes, others are from a variety of sources, and quite eclectic. The author has dedicated the book ‘To Quakers who recognise the value of brief thought’, but I think the book will appeal to other readers, too.
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