Sometimes specific answers are good, and other times general answers are good.
Once Fynn tells the reader that Anna only lived to be 7 years old, he explains how they met on a dark, foggy London night.
The story is beautiful.
Sometimes its something I already knew but it hits me differently, and other times its something I missed before, but its always something amazing.So I am going to take my "mirror book" and create an endlessly repeating circle of stars.I always felt that Fynn had a lot to teach readers in terms of how to listen and how to understand.What is Anna trying to explain in this chapter and who is she trying to explain it to?It wasnt so much that Anna asked to go home with Fynn, but that she ordered him to take her home.What I remember most clearly about the moment when my mother recommended this book to me was that just telling me two short sentences about this story made her eyes water.When Anna sees something in the world and relates it back to God or Love or Truth, it seems absolutely clear to her, but it can be hard for most people to see the same things.
The last chapter begins with Annas death and ends with Annas laughter.
There are sad things in it, but the story is not sad.
Every fibre of her being hums and sparks with life, feeling and imagination.Do you find it difficult to see God or Love or Truth clearly or at all?This is a spiritual and philosophical book, but it is not tied into religion.Why do you think it can be difficult to see God or Love or Truth clearly?What is Fynn learning or experiencing in this chapter?When is it most difficult?Fynn was able to keep up with her for the most part, and the last scene in the book is him visiting her grave and still learning something from her.In any case, every time I read this book, I realize something amazing.She was small and hungry, and he was big and had food he was happy to share.When song converter to minus one is it easiest?