Scott Gague: The main character of the book, first person narrator.
“We are easily convinced, because of the details and minutiae of daily existence, that life is irreducibly complex, a matter that even the greatest among us cannot fully grasp. But if you let yourself go, lift your head above the fog and smoke of relationships and jobs and money and all the rest, and fill your lungs with the clean air of hope, life is very, very simple. And I had been lucky enough to reach that point. Perhaps it was the grace I was given that led to my freedom. A vision of the simple fact that gratitude has the same tenor as forgiveness, and the two form a clear, sweet harmony: sustenance for faith and hope, the stuff of life.”
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