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George MacDonald Chapter Summary & Analysis - Sections 350 - 365 Summary

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Sections 350 - 365 Summary

In Section 350 MacDonald indicates that it is because people are not close enough to God that they seek a freedom other than the one He offers. Hospitality and the idea that it is only the poor who know how to be hospitable are the two ideas discussed in Section 352. In Section 353 MacDonald speaks of the restless, wandering of souls that he refers to as boredom. MacDonald indicates the lengths men will go to avoid this lifeless feeling. MacDonald writes of the immense nature of self-abandonment that must take place in order for him to follow Jesus. He indicates that faith in Jesus when things are going well is perhaps more difficult than keeping faith when things are hard.

In Section 356 MacDonald attempts to define the word avarice. He writes that it is not important what things a man has, but what they can exist with...

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