Sunday, October 2, 2011

Good People

From the Short Story "Good People" by David Foster Wallace published in the New Yorker February, 2007...

“…he was answered now with a type of vision, what he would later call within his own mind a vision or moment of grace. He was not a hypocrite, just broken and split off like all men. Later on, he believed that what happened was he’d had a moment of almost seeing them both as Jesus saw them—as blind but groping, wanting to please God despite their inborn fallen nature.”

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