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GOD HAS CALLED HIM TO HEAVEN the headlines read the day after Roberts death a death that would become the defining event of his Ives middle-aged life Even though the entire story of the novel flows to and from that bloody moment the story beneath the surface Ives resurrection from the grave of grief revolves around a mystical vision of four winds This puzzling experience has left Ives at a loss for words I wake up every day wondering if Ill ever see anything like that again and what is it supposed to mean Shortly after Roberts death aquaintances of Ives were urging him to seek revenge with more violence Just remember if you dont take care of business no one else will Do you really think God gives a censored remarked Mr Malloy But Ives knew this was not the answer it revenge would not bring his son back At this point Ives did not know how to feel but he soon reasoned that his bitterness towards Daniel Gomez was a poison and he needed to do something to get the poison out of his body So Ives concluded that the only way to deal with his suffering was to trust in God and cling to the path of righteousness and this he did despite his doubts approaching the whole notion of his faith as a matter of will and discipline like a good samaritan Luke 1037 At this very moment Ives began a quest for some kind of goodness It all began with a subtle interest in helping Daniel Gomez grandmother a woman who was convinced her grandsons good side was asleep Ives began to accompany her to group grief sessions hoping to bring some kind of relief to his grandmother and perhaps to himself As the sessions persisted Ives began to communicate with Gomez sending him letters and a package every so often Ives first letter was persuasive telling Gomez it
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