A wonderful little book of meditations which illustrates Rutledge's love of nature, his deep faith and his spiritual vision. This is a sweet little book of reveries on the blessings that lie in the little unnecessary things of life. Creation supplies us with just two kinds of things: necessities and extras. This book is one of the extras for which the reader will resolve to be a better person. Great for gift giving and personal inspiration, this book was once given by Henry Ford to all twenty-five thousand of his employees.
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Archibald Rutledge was born on October 23, 1883 in McClellanville, South Carolina. He was named Poet Laureate of South Carolina beginning in 1934 by legislative action. Rutledge was also South Carolina's elector to the Hall of Fame. Before he died, he recorded seventy-five of his poems for the Library of Congress. In addition, over sixty of his poems have been set to music. During his lifetime, Mr. Rutledge received seventeen honorary degrees, including a M.A. from Union College in 1907. He was also the recipient of more than thirty medals, including the John Burroughs Medal for nature writing. He died on September 15, 1973
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