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The Sacred Journey; a Memoir of Early Days Chapter Summary & Analysis - Once Upon A Time, Section 1, pp. 37-53 Summary

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Once Upon A Time, Section 1, pp. 37-53 Summary and Analysis

Frederick recalls the exact moment in his life when time really begins to exist for him, with a distinct sense that things do not last forever. Early one morning, Freddy and his brother Jamie are playing in their room and take no notice when their father looks in on them. A little while later, the household discovers that Freddy's father has committed suicide in the garage, having left a short farewell note on the last page of the book "Gone With The Wind." Ten-year-old Freddy quickly learns to suppress his grief, although as an adult he recognizes that the loss is still painful. The family goes to Bermuda for a change of scene, although Freddy's grandmother insists that they are running away, and that they need to face reality. Freddy loves beautiful Bermuda...

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