On Words I Wish I Wrote bestselling author Robert Fulghum reads quotations, aha! passages, and inspiring commentary from authors who have spoken to his soul and stirred his imagination. The author of All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten has gone back over his journals and scrapbooks kept since he was 17 and come up with the gems that have influenced his writing and living.As Fulghum puts it, "Beneath the house of my life are foundation stones laid by others."
This is a delightful audio presentation with material by Rainer Maria Rilke, Kurt Vonnegut, Annie Dillard, Corita Kent, Albert Camus, e.e. Cummings, James Joyce, and many others. It is enlightening to hear how the playful and thought-provoking spirituality of Robert Fulghum has been nourished by the creativity of so many other great teachers.