BequestBook - 2006
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I am slowly learning an unwavering sense of hope and love that I believe is the ultimate gift my father left to me.. his true bequest. [Closing]
... another funeral ... a pain known to millions over thousands of years, didn't diminish the importance of his own experience, it simply marked a significant point of the journey that connected one and all to each other and infinity. [Ch 30]
[George] longed for that place and time. He longed for the days when his father's existence in the world helped hold up his floor, his security. It was a new world now and one he had to get on with. He needed to hew a few timbers to shore up a new reality. [Ch 30]
Loving, like knowing, George understood, was a non-static term, a work in progress, a never-ending process altered by the constant influx of new information. [Ch. 29]
Ben Peroni thrived in the wake of consumerism, the backbone of the economic paradigm. So long as people kept consuming products designed not to last in order to keep the machine rolling. Benito knew he had a business fed by a trail of waste, the ultimate renewable resource. ... Waste was the New World. [Ch. 20]
...he was often embarrassed to say he was an American, dismayed at the myopia of an America that was going to presumptuously save the world from its own evolution by righteously exporting its values while the marine choir hummed... to spread freedom by depriving other countries of the freedom to find their own way. [Ch.2]
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