NORTH KINGSTOWN, R.I. (PRWEB) March 22, 2019
According to author-publisher Tom Fitzgerald, “Food 4 Thought is a smorgasbord of carefully-wrought fare for cogitators of all stripes. For those who prefer ‘snacky’ or ‘hors-d’oeurvey’ kinds of fare.”
Fitzgerald stated, “Food 4 Thought offers over 850 bite-sized morsels in the form of what Ben Franklin referred to as ‘moral sentences, prudent maxims, and wise sayings."
Arrogance is like a suit of armor; it makes us perfectly invulnerable until such time we need to relieve ourselves.
Hope is the stirrup we use to climb into the saddle of each new day.
Some poems are written; others are lived.
“Food 4 Thought also includes,” according to Fitzgerald, “several dozen mini-essays on a wide range of topics, from the case for courtship, to the state of manhood in America, to the pathology of the obesity epidemic."
“For those cogitators who prefer something heftier,” Fitzgerald stated, “Food 4 Thought offers a few hardy parables and extended essays. Rounding out the fare are several exotic confectionaries concocted to leave a smile on your face.”
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According to Bernie S. Siegel, MD, author of Love, Medicine and Miracles and Prescriptions for Living, “The wisdom in this unique offering will help guide and nourish you.”
Tom Fitzgerald led a Huckleberry Finn childhood along the St. Lawrence River before undertaking formal studies in physics, mathematics, law, industrial management, and English. Tom is the author of Poor Richards Lament: A most timely tale.
According to Michael Zuckerman, Professor of History at the University of Pennsylvania, Poor Richard’s Lament “joins John Barth’s Sot-Weed Factor as the best historical fiction of early America ever written.”