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January 6, 2013 / Ronald Chapman


So much of the story in A Killer’s Grace revolves around the idea of being called. Setting aside the Christian religious connotation, what is it that calls, and to what end?

The body of work known as The Fourth Way speaks of the idea of “magnetic center.” In short, it is a spiritual principle that suggests we can be drawn forward while only barely able to sense it. Call it a force that pulls us, often without our awareness, toward a destiny we cannot know.

In Eastern thought, it is the idea that we are led. And that the path is then created with each and every step, literally emerging and evolving as each footfall is complete, though not random.

This is Pitcairn’s story, just as it is our story. Knowingly or unknowingly, we are drawn.



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