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An ordinary day Walter Mitty Ive been expecting you A gentle old mans voice came roaring through a cloud of thick white smoke A harp coincided with the voice and sounded as though it was a music band consisting of the voice and the harp The voice of the harp was beautiful playing on the emotion of every human that came in contact with it Walter couldnt see anyone talking the smoke was a blanket covering every square inch around Walter G-d is that you Walter asked curiously Listen dont talk The gentle old man boomed I need your help Walter I want you to free the Jewish people from their exile in Egypt There was a pause of silence Walter was standing tall and proud You will take this staff and with it you shall be able to conquer all evil Lets go before the crowds start leaving Walterss dad said while poking Walter in the ribs Walter got up and fallowed his dad to the Exit of the Synagogue walking with a hunched back The chief rabbi looked at Walter and his father from the top of the bimah on their way out of the synagogue and said Good Shabbos in a degrading way Mr Mitty never liked to stay till the end of the service he and his son always used to leave before the last prayer to beat the getting home traffic as he used to call it On the way out of the only reformed synagogue in Boca-Raton Walter had a strange look of unfamiliarity on his face almost as if he was a stranger at home Walter opened the car door and sat in the seat beside his father The car was in total and utter silence the only noise apparent was the engine of the old Cadillac Mr Mittys pride and joy What are you doing today Mr Mitty said ummumm what he snapped piercingly knowing full well
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