I finally finished reading Ron Paul’s book, not because it took me so long to read, but because it was sold out at the bookstore. And it made me wonder: if his book is so popular, why didn’t more people vote for him?
The issues that Paul talks about are important ones for our country, issues that have powerful implications on our daily lives and freedoms as Americans. It’s a shame that he had to run in the same season as Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.
If we care about relationships, then we are forced to constantly fight a battle against individualism. In a world like this, it is good to be reminded of the possibility of a different way of living.
I look forward to reading each new installment because they allow me to briefly inhabit a world we all need to visit from time to time: a world where solutions can always be found, where moral compromise is never necessary, and everything is easier after a hot cup of red bush tea.
It’s the story of a young boy who discovers his special calling and powers on the eve of his eleventh birthday and becomes a key player in the cosmic battle between good and evil. And yet, I can think of few books less suited to being made into a movie.
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