A Touch of Wonder


Gordon, Arthur

This is a book about looking and seeing. The underlying theme is that there’s a lot more to commonplace happenings than meets the eye, and that most people would find a lot more in them if they would just take the time to truly see.


“Mysteries are explored in this reflective collection. Intuition, the unsolved, and similar musings. Life is celebrated! We’re told “there are two types of human beings: those who think of life as a privilege and those who think of it as a problem.” — reviewed by Dr. W. G. Covington, Jr.

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