This product is (part of) a series of postcards with images and/or quotes by Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1875-1936). Chesterton was an English journalist, writer, art critic, poet, apologist, essayist, and much more. He did all this with flair, sharp wit and intellect. He is one of the greatest writers and thinkers of the 20th century. Read more by and about Chesterton on our blog.
This product consists of the following card(s):
- Postcard with quote by G.K. Chesterton: "Children are grateful when Santa Claus puts presents like toys or candy in socks. Can I not be thankful when two miraculous legs are given to me in my socks? We give thanks for birthday presents like cigars and slippers. Can't I thank anyone for the birthday gift of birth?"
NOTE: this product does not include an envelope
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