The Greatest Miracle in the World Characters & Character Analysis

Og Mandino
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Og Mandino

Og Mandino was a writer and the president of the magazine, Success Unlimited. Og was happy in his life, although he was quite busy and felt pressured to be in the office even on the snowiest of days. One day he met a man who helped him when he needed help and then offered him a drink and companionship. At first Og did not know what to think of his new friend, but soon he found himself drawn to this man, eager to sit with him and learn all that he had to share with him. Og looked up to this friend as a surrogate father, someone to love and learn from. Soon their conversations turned to the state of the world, to the unhappiness of mankind. Simon had appointed himself a ragpicker, a man who picked people off of the junk piles of their lives...

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