This book contains Washington's Wit Modernly Writ, Solomon's
New Leaf, and Thoughts from the Early Twenty-first Century.
The first section presents paraphrases and summations of passages
from the diaries, letters and speeches of George Washington
from his teenage years to retirement.
The second section paraphrases Ecclesiastes, a book from The
Holy Bible. When Ecclesiastes is quoted sporadically, which
has often been done in entertainment media, the resulting tone
is usually one hinting of negativity. Rolland E. Stroup, Jr. has
attempted to lighten it up.
The third section provides observations, ideas and thoughts
noted down by the author while living through the first few
years of the Twenty-first Century.