The most wonderful thing about G. K Chesterton is that he’s a ‘thinker’. He doesn’t accept things at face value and doesn’t pretend to be something he’s not; he speaks from his heart. There’s still great value in Chesterton’s books and a great deal of wisdom can be found in them, for those seeking it. For example, in his essay ‘The Fallacy of Success’ in ‘All Things Considered, he states “A millionaire is successful in being a millionaire and a donkey in being a donkey”. Despite this book being over 100 years old we still write and produce books about how to be successful. In my opinion, Chesterton’s books are as valuable today as they’ve always been and it’s a pity the subject matter gets too little interest.