I 'd like to live in it. "~ Mary, on the morning she and George throw rocks and make wishes at the old Granville House.This is the quote from Chapter 19, titled " Do n't look for What is, but for What May Be " in the books, 52 Little Lessons from It 's A Wonderful Life by Bob Welch.
In this chapter, the reader is reminded of how vastly different George and Mary view their world; for George at 12 years old working the soda fountain he informs Mary where Coconuts come from, " Tahiti, Fiji Islands, the Coral Sea! " Mary has no idea where they come from, she just wants chocolate ice cream while George wants to go exploring.But here 's the hing about Mary Hatch: She knows what matters.
It may only be puppy love, but when Mary whispers into George 's bad ear, " I 'll love you till the day I die, " we 're witnessing the initiative of a oung gir who knows something good when she sees it.
Even decrepit folks like us. " ( pg, 74) This book takes readers back to their favorite Christmas classic and teaches us through the fil, It 's a Wonderful Life, how God wants us to learn things through His word to make us better people.
Malcolm does n't even want to live in it as a ghost but Mary sees the otential of what good be.We are reminded that it 's far too easy to focus on how bad things look instead of simply changing our perspectives and seeing the greatness that is there instead.
There are such amazing things tucked inside this wonderful nove, fun movie facts, and life lessons that are bound to keep the Christmas spirit going inside us all year long.