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All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 34-43 Summary

Robert Fulghum
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Chapters 34-43 Summary and Analysis

Fulghum is convinced that Elias Schwartz is the 145th incarnation of the Haiho Lama, who died in 1937. Monks have been searching for his reincarnated spirit, butthe new Lama has not been found. The author believes that Schwartz is the reincarnated Haiho Lama because the cobbler fits the description. The Lama will go around saying wise things and do the will of God without even knowing it. This is Elias Schwartz. The author took a pair of loafers to be repaired, and Schwartz announces they are beyond repair, though the cobbler took the shoes into the back room before returning them to Fulghum. At home, the author finds inside each shoe a cookie wrapped in wax paper. There was a note that read, "Anything not worth doing is worth not doing well." What wisdom. The author has no intention of telling the monks about...

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