More Parables for Plain PeopleaObservations of FooFoo the Wise follows in the same vein as Jack Worrillas first book, Parables for Plain People, which was well received and, according to some reports, placed him in the top 10 percent of self-published authors. Once again he shares his opinions and insightsasome wise and some wittyaall with a focus on their possible spiritual significance when applied to oneas daily life. Jackas writings are drawn from his experience as an advertising executive, Sunday school teacher, furniture craftsman, music minister, and observer of human nature. In More Parables, he offers ninety-one fresh, new, inspirational readings on topics from aThe Magic Feathera to aThe Upraised Thumb, a with stops in between at such subjects as aThe Beggar Lice, a aThe Delusionist, a and aThe Sardines and Soda Crackers.aPerhaps it is due to the advent of the aTimex Philosophy, a which says it is more practical to throw something away and buy a new one than it is to repair a areala ... They would sit, talk, have a glass of lemonade or cup of tea, and then she would go back to her house and look forward to her friend visiting her. ... can you imagine Him contacting Mary and Martha with His iPhone, His thumbs tapping out aMaamp;M.
|Title||:||More Parables for Plain People|
|Publisher||:||WestBowPress - 2013-10-14|