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The Greatest Miracle in the World Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 3 Summary

Og Mandino
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Chapter 3 Summary and Analysis

A few days later, Simon called down to Og as he was getting out of his car not to forget to bring him a copy of his book. Og promised he would not forget. On the way to his office, Og found himself wondering about Simon, about who he was and why he was in his life. At his office, Og had his secretary get a copy of his book for him and he signed it "to God's finest ragpicker" for Simon. That evening, Og went to Simon's apartment as soon as he left his office. Simon liked the inscription, but wondered why Og felt that he was God's finest ragpicker. Og suggested it was because he must be guided by the hand of God, just like the writers of his collection of books. Og told Simon that he felt a strange thing...

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