Author and Quaker minister Philip Gulley shares with readers what might well be pages from his personal journal – reminiscences, wonderings, opinions – dealing with issues ranging from “A Curious Obsession” to “You Get What You Pay For” to “The Natural Order of Things” to “The End Times.”
Gulley writes in an easy, conversational tone that makes one feel as if he is, indeed, engaged in “porch talk” with a neighbor, discussing whatever is on his mind. “All manner of lessons were learned on the front porch,” he contends. “When the porches went, so did the stories and the wisdom with them.”
This is an easy and relaxing read - a collection of short stories or essays that work well one at a time when you have only a little while to read.