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312 pages, Paperback
First published June 30, 2016
“But at what point is a child to blame?”
“But Megan hurt me.” My tears are sudden and angry.
“I don’t feel sorry for her.”
“I do,” Reverend Shaw says calmly.
”It wasn’t about courage. You had that. It was about opportunity and faith in human nature. Yet your faith in that was being destroyed.”
”Sometimes, people are blind to what’s right in front of them,” he says calmly.
”Suffering produces endurance,” he reads. “And endurance produces character and character produces hope.” I feel his hand gently on my back. “And hope does not put us to shame.”
"Your life is precious. Every day that you're on earth is precious. You have a place. You're wanted."
- Lisa Heathfield, Paper Butterflies