Reflection — October 12th
In the most recent novel I've read, "The Mysterious Disappearance of Adele Bedeau" by Graeme Macrae Burnet, there is a defining moment in which the main suspect, Manfred, tells a lie to the investigating detective Gorski.
Once it's done he sees no way of going back and continues with the lie which has downward spiralling consequences for him. "His course had been set since the first time he had spoken to Gorski. He could hardly change tack now." It's like Manfred purposely and permanently locks the exit door.
With freewill and the grace of God there is always a way out, a means of using
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