Gift of a Golden String Author:Josephine Moffett Benton The day-to-fay soul stirring of a well-read and discerning person are reccordered in this unique daybook.It is the kind of book that bcomes one's personal property through interlinings, intimare jottings in margins, turn-down corners marking special passages, and other private signals. It represents the quimtessence of the writer. — The 103 "piec... more »es" are grouped into sixteen sections: marriage, children, the importance of the individual, the family of man, grief and pain, to name only a few ; the areas of relevance are unlimited.
Those who lead devotion meetings, or who like to quote insperational verse and prose in writing or in speech, will value the book as a reference work. But it is chiefly a book to read, in snatches or straight through, depending upon one's available time.
The title of the book is from a poem, "To the Christians," by William Blake.« less