Greetings, my friends . . .
. . . read Succat's story "The Messenger" . . .
Thank you for your kind comment, Sawman
An interesting and untold aspect of "The Messenger"
story â insofar as it relates to the [i:fb8fad4926]minimalist[/i:fb8fad4926] technique â was the attitude of Mr "P" towards hitchhikers which I only learnt about following my arrival at his home in West Auckland
According to his wife, our Mr "P" actually [u:fb8fad4926]hated[/u:fb8fad4926] hitchhikers, considering them nothing more than lazy lay-abouts who should get a job and pay for their transport; or words to that affect. She was astounded her husband had stopped for me
My guess: our Mr "P" may have got a [i:fb8fad4926]tap-on-his-shoulder[/i:fb8fad4926] that afternoon when he saw me standing beside the road
Go well . . .
. . . and the journeying is towards God [Qur'an]