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The Sacred Journey; a Memoir of Early Days Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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Topics for Discussion

What are the meanings of the different ways of representing time in the book? Which type of time makes the most sense to you?

When Freddy's father commits suicide, Freddy is not able to face his grief for many years, although his brother does grieve. What influence do you think these styles of mourning have on their lives? Which way do you think is healthiest?

How does Frederick define "home"? What causes him to give it this definition?

Freddy is fascinated by the fictional Land of Oz. What imaginary worlds fascinated you as a child? Why are fantasy worlds so compelling?

How is King Rinkitink like Freddy? How are they different?

Many times, Frederick notes that there are multiple ways of interpreting what he considers to be messages from God. What do you think? Is he just deceiving himself, or is God really speaking to him?

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