Leaves of Gold Author:A. C. & D. G. Remley Poor indeed is the man whose mind is not enriched by some phrase of lasting truth and beauty which serves to restore his soul in the exigencies of life. Each of us needs in his heart's treasury the memory of a lovely line to renew fellowship with the great and noble of this earth -- and, indeed, almost as great as the ability to write a line of ... more »strength is the ability to use that line to higher levels of emotion and achievement.
To discover afresh in truth expressed with elemental force our eternal kinship with God is a universal urge. "Leaves of Gold" had its origin in the recognition of this impulse. From those who those who spoke with authority have been chosen word in which the Word becomes flesh to dwell among us. Here are maxims phrases,anecdotes, passages, proverbs and essays from the best minds among men; here are words of wisdom and thoughts if comfort for all mankind.
Consolation is the object of "Leaves of Gold"; to provide a key to things of the spirit as inspiration for daily living, its design.« less