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The Miracle Man

Frank L. Packard

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .You are sick—and you have come to me for help?"

The slate now passed from hand to hand quite rapidly.

"Yes," wrote Madison. "Can you cure me?"

"No," replied the Patriarch; "not in your present mental condition."

"What do you mean?" asked Madison.

"Your question itself implies that you are skeptical. While that state of mind exists, I can do nothing—it depends entirely on yourself."

"And if I put skepticism aside?" Madison's pencil demanded. "Can you cure me then?"

"Unquestionably," wrote the Patriarch, "if you really put it aside. Faith is the simplest thing in the world and the most complex—but it is fundamental. Without faith nothing is possible; with faith nothing is impossible."

Madison's gray eyes rested, magnificently thoughtful and troubled, upon the Patriarch.

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Community Reviews

H.L. Mencken wrote offhandedly in the Smart Set around 1921 that George M. Cohan had made a pretty good Broadway show out of this, which surprised me enough, being familiar with Mencken's modernist tastes, that I read it out of curiosity. Not what anybody born after about 1900 would call a good book

Very good!

It really takes you in a trip to the characters' mind. The writer is very smart and goes deep into human nature.