The Shack: Where Tragedy Confronts Eternity - Chapters 14 - 15 Summary & Analysis

William P. Young
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In Chapter 14, after talking to Papa, Mack took one of the canoes out onto the lake. He was thinking about how best to reach Kate when he was surprised by Sarayu’s sudden appearance in the prow of the boat. She explained she had been sent to invite him back to the house for supper. As they make their way across the lake, Mack admitted that he was unsure how to go back to his old life, but learn to still pay attention to the Holy Trinity without their voices talking directly to him.

They discuss Papa’s assertion that Mack was afraid of emotions. Sarayu described emotion as the “colors of the soul” (214) and told Mack they were neither good nor bad, they just existed. Emotions, however, were often powered by a person’s perception of what was happening. If a person...

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