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His new occupation as a Pain Artist was a shocker. At first I was freaking out but I learned to accept his path as a hard-won occupation and a unique way to connect with the outside world. Then seeing Lilly again, feelings of emotional pain returned with "all this stupid caring." he asks, How can people go on in this world? How can they continue to be? Now he is on his own. The old man has pointed him in the direction of consciousness and moral values and has gone silent. The young man is asking important questions. He is growing up.
Thanks for a really good read.
What is, is what can be experienced"
If you read this book it should change your life.
If you don't read it, your life will be the same
so maybe you could just share this link to someone who
needs a change.
This book should have won the National Book
Award instead of the lightweight politically correct books
that always win. And if you like this book read his
"My Vietnam War". It will surely blow you out - and may
change your life too.