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Enjoy this classic work today. These selected paragraphs distill the contents and give you a quick look inside Faces in the Fire And Other Fancies:
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An individuality is here; a thing that never was before; you cannot argue from any other child to this one; the only thing that you can predict with confidence about this child is that it will do things that were never done, or never done in the same way, since this old world of ours began. ...I am content to go on eating this by itself and that by itself, just as for 29ages men were content to eat strawberries by themselves and cream by itself, never dreaming that this thing and that thing as much belong to each other as do strawberries and cream.
About Frank Boreham, the Author:
Most famous is his series of five books, published between 1920 and 1928, derived from the 125 sermons on the theme 'Texts that Made History': A Bunch of Everlastings, A Handful of Stars, A Casket of Cameos, A Faggot of Torches, and A Temple of Topaz. A reprint of Boreham's 1948 book The Man Who Saved Gandhi was published early 2007 (Lover of Life: F W Boreham's Tribute to his Mentor).