Faith Baldwin (wrote about 85 books - New York Times HERE)
Born: October 1st, 1893 - New York, U.S.
Died: March 18th, 1978 - Connecticut, U.S.
short story writer
(special mentor to a child HERE)
All this makes me realize that miracles are everyday things. Not only the sudden, great good fortune, wafting in on a new wind from the sky. They are almost routine, yet miracles just the same.
- Seasons of the Heart
Autumn burned brightly, a running flame through the mountains, a torch flung to the trees.
- American Family
That coffee's strong enough to walk on.
- Give Love the Air
You could get to the bottom of her mind in one dive. And rarely, if ever, come up with a pearl.
- Something Special
Kissing tends to bring on woolgathering, even amnesia.
- One More Time
The plan of Nature is progress and for any progress mankind must pay a price.
Life is rather like a long train ride; you may encounter a great many people, but looking out from your own small compartment of self you catch only a glimpse of other people's joy or despair.
- Evening Star
Time is a dressmaker specializing in alterations.
Sometimes there is a greater lack of communication in facile talking than in silence.
- Face Toward the Spring