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Subject: At Swim Two Boys


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Danny (Hopefull)
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Date Posted: Tue, Oct 02 2007, 13:20:48 GMT

I read this book several years ago and fell in love with it. I am still in love with it. The journey I took while reading ASTB ultimately became the catalyst in a series of positive changes in my life. I guess good things come to you just at the right time, not a minute before. I wrote Mr. O'Neill and told him what an impact his book had had on me. I wanted him to know just how much his words had filled my heart with joy and hope. It was as though someone or some thing had gently placed a hand on the back of my head and moved it just a bit so that I could look at things from a different perspective and see a new horizon.

The magic of his book stayed in my heart for about three years but somehow I've let it slip away. Shame on me. I don't know why I thought about ASTB today but I am glad I did. Perhaps it has something to do with things happening just at the right time. Who knows.. However, what I do know is that I need to read the book again. I need that "magical" hand to shift my head again so that I can regain what I felt not too long ago. Thank you Mr. O'Neill...

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