Two copies, ordered at two different times, living in different parts of my house totally unaware of each other for who knows how long. I love the book. I remember reading it the first time I got it a few years ago. I think I started the second copy but it seemed somehow familiar to me (imagine that). The irony of the title of the book is not at all lost on me either.
by St. Augustine
You're a sinner, you're a saint, you do not feel ashamed. Well, you
might feel a little ashamed of your past, but it did such a good job of teaching you
what not to do. Now you've become a devout Christian and have spent more time
ruminating on the world to come rather than worldly pleasures. Your realizations and
ability to change will bring reverence upon you despite your hedonistic transgressions.
Florida will honor you most in the end.
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I can't totally argue with the gist of it, but what are these hedonistic transgressions of which it speaks? Hmmm....