“But I want to see you happy, Buddy. Strong able to go out in the world. And you're never going to until you come to terms with people like Odd Henderson and turn them into friends." "Him! He's the last friend in the world I want." Please, Buddy—invite that boy here for Thanksgiving dinner."...."I thought you were my friend." "I am, Buddy. Truly." "If you were, you couldn't think up a thing like that. Odd Henderson hates me. He's my enemy." "He can't hate you. He doesn't know you." "Well, I hate him." "Because you don't know him. That's all I ask. The chance for you to know each other a little. Then I think this trouble will stop. And maybe you're right, Buddy, maybe you boys won't ever be friends. But I doubt that he'd pick on you any more." "You don't understand. You've never hated anybody." "No, I never have. We're allotted just so much time on earth, and I wouldn't want the Lord to see me wasting mine in any such manner.”Buddy and his friend (Aunt Sook)
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