The Wishing Map 99

Sins often masquerade as virtues. And pride is the cleverest chameleon of all.

Mitch Teemley

Wishing pix-Title-(framed)

Note: To read The Wishing Mapfrom the beginning, click here.

The Wishing Map

Chapter Twenty: Tea for One (Continued)

Previously: Zack’s encounter with the mysterious Rhema had dramatically changed him. But now she was gone…or was she?

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Gina stared at her little brother. He looked different. Not happy,something more complicated than that.Peaceful sorrow, that’s it, like Uncle Robert when he talks about AA. And there was something more. He looks like he’s been forgiven. She felt strangely jealous. It suddenly seemed to her that being forgiven was better than believing you had nothing to be forgiven for. That was what she’d seen in Maerith, and what made her so beautiful.

Zack walked out the door and stood staring at the rutted road. His sister was about to leave with him, when someone called:

“Gina.”

A jolt ran down her spine. It was…

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About mitchteemley

Writer, Filmmaker, Humorist, Thinker-about-stuffer
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2 Responses to The Wishing Map 99

  1. jrusoloward says:

    Interesting. Confession is a part of my religion because of the forgiveness aspect behind it all. Interesting take on it. I also liked the “thoughts” you had on your original post.

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  2. Love that. Such truth.

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