The Greatest Miracle in the World - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

Og Mandino
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Og and Simon did not discuss the God memorandum the rest of the summer and fall as their friendship began to blossom. Og would go to Simon's often, drinking sherry and listening to him talk. Og looked to Simon as though he were his father and spiritual advisor all in one. Simon spoke of the complacency he felt was becoming the way of life for the world, of the lack of courage of people to take risks. Simon felt most people were afraid of success. Simon felt that people should not stay in a job that made them unhappy. Simon also had little sympathy for people who hid behind disabilities. Simon said no person had a defect that could not be a possible benefit rather than adversity. Simon described what he felt was love, using a story from a Nascar race where one driver went...

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