Running from Safety: An Adventure of the Spirit - Chapters 20-29 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 20-29 Summary

Richard attends a charity ball in chapter 20. At first, he feels like Robin Hood disguised. He dreads the first toast to aspirin and mentally creates a dramatic escape plan in his mind, which includes dumping the drink, dashing up staircases, leaping through Windows, and scrambling over the rooftops. As he begins toasting, he starts enjoying himself and the time out with his wife. Later, at the table, he finds out that many of the people around him are pilots. To his surprise and delight, he thoroughly enjoys himself. When he gets home, Leslie rehashes the evening with him. She talks about things that she learned about him and they discuss what home really means. Richard says that home to him is a place where he is known and loved. The thought triggers a memory that he brings up without the help...

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