Chesterton’s Wisdom: “Little things please great minds.”

I do not claim to have a “great mind” (far from it – like “Winnie-ther-Pooh,” I can be a “Bear of Very Little Brain” at times. Many times! But I do enjoy the little things in life…

Author: The Anglophilic Anglican

I am an ordained Anglican clergyman, published writer, former op-ed columnist, and experienced outdoor and informal educator. I am also a traditionalist: religiously, philosophically, politically, and socially. I seek to do my bit to promote and restore the Good, the True, and the Beautiful, in a world which has too-often lost touch with all three, and to help re-weave the connections between God, Nature, and humankind which our techno-industrial civilization has strained and broken.

2 thoughts on “Chesterton’s Wisdom: “Little things please great minds.””

  1. Simplicity is often the key to a satisfying and enjoyable life. Watching a rose cutting sprout leaves and bloom, seeing a day-old chick peeking out from under the mother hen, sitting on the back porch enjoying a fine cup of tea – these are some of the “little things” that bring pleasure to our daily lives here.

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