History Synopsis / Heidi

13th Aug '13 9:34:42 AM Viira
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When Heidi discovers the wheelchair gone (but imagines that the wind took it), she is not deterred, but convinces Peter to help her support Klara as they walk up to the picnic site. Between this and the Grandfather's later attentions, Klara manages to strengthen her weak legs enough to walk, though it hurts terribly and she cannot do it unaided (yet).[[hottip:*:Anyone reminded of ''Literature/TheSecretGarden''?]]
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When Heidi discovers the wheelchair gone (but imagines that the wind took it), she is not deterred, but convinces Peter to help her support Klara as they walk up to the picnic site. Between this and the Grandfather's later attentions, Klara manages to strengthen her weak legs enough to walk, though it hurts terribly and she cannot do it unaided (yet).[[hottip:*:Anyone [[note]]Anyone reminded of ''Literature/TheSecretGarden''?]] ''Literature/TheSecretGarden''?[[/note]]
15th Jun '13 6:49:27 PM nombretomado
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When Heidi discovers the wheelchair gone (but imagines that the wind took it), she is not deterred, but convinces Peter to help her support Klara as they walk up to the picnic site. Between this and the Grandfather's later attentions, Klara manages to strengthen her weak legs enough to walk, though it hurts terribly and she cannot do it unaided (yet).[[hottip:*:Anyone reminded of ''TheSecretGarden''?]]
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When Heidi discovers the wheelchair gone (but imagines that the wind took it), she is not deterred, but convinces Peter to help her support Klara as they walk up to the picnic site. Between this and the Grandfather's later attentions, Klara manages to strengthen her weak legs enough to walk, though it hurts terribly and she cannot do it unaided (yet).[[hottip:*:Anyone reminded of ''TheSecretGarden''?]] ''Literature/TheSecretGarden''?]]
1st Feb '12 8:48:32 AM LordGro
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So Heidi understands with clarity the way things worked out for the best because God did not answer her prayer immediately, but let things happen in good time, no matter how much she hated to be away from her grandfather. And they all live HappilyEverAfter!
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So Heidi understands with clarity the way things worked out for the best because God did not answer her prayer immediately, but let things happen in good time, no matter how much she hated to be away from her grandfather. And they all live HappilyEverAfter!HappilyEverAfter.
31st Jan '12 2:02:49 PM LordGro
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Interpunction.
Then one day a young relative, Dete, stops by... with the old man's five-year-old granddaughter Adelheid aka Heidi in tow. She says the girl's parents (the father being the old man's son) are dead, and the relative can't care for her anymore since she's getting a job in the city. So she leaves the little girl there and flees back down the mountain. "Grandfather" doesn't really like the situation, but he does figure out pretty quickly that "Heidi" is a smart child, respectful, polite, energetic, curious, and in all ways delightful. And it isn't long before they're as close as can be. Heidi loves living in the mountains and finds ever so many things to enjoy about the details of her life there.
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Then one day a young relative, Dete, stops by... with the old man's five-year-old granddaughter Adelheid aka Adelheid, nicknamed Heidi in tow. She says the girl's parents (the father being the old man's son) are dead, and the relative can't care for her anymore since she's getting a job in the city. So she leaves the little girl there and flees back down the mountain. "Grandfather" Grandfather doesn't really like the situation, but he does figure out pretty quickly that "Heidi" Heidi is a smart child, respectful, polite, energetic, curious, and in all ways delightful. And it isn't long before they're as close as can be. Heidi loves living in the mountains and finds ever so many things to enjoy about the details of her life there.

(Meanwhile: Klara's grandmother makes a visit, and introduces Heidi to Jesus, the Bible, and prayer. And later on she puts it to Heidi that when God answers prayer, sometimes He does not say "yes" right away, but either "no" or "wait". That if God said "yes" at the wrong time, it would be a sorrowful thing, but if God in His wisdom says "wait" or even "no", then in due time it will prove to be better in all ways than if He had said "yes" back at the start. This philosophy forms a cornerstone for the rest of the book.)
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(Meanwhile: Meanwhile Klara's grandmother makes a visit, and introduces Heidi to Jesus, the Bible, and prayer. And later on she puts it to Heidi that when God answers prayer, sometimes He does not say "yes" right away, but either "no" or "wait". That if God said "yes" at the wrong time, it would be a sorrowful thing, but if God in His wisdom says "wait" or even "no", then in due time it will prove to be better in all ways than if He had said "yes" back at the start. This philosophy forms a cornerstone for the rest of the book.) book.

So Heidi understands with clarity the way things worked out for the best because God did not answer her prayer immediately, but let things happen in good time, no matter how much she hated to be away from her grandfather. And they all lived HappilyEverAfter.
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So Heidi understands with clarity the way things worked out for the best because God did not answer her prayer immediately, but let things happen in good time, no matter how much she hated to be away from her grandfather. And they all lived HappilyEverAfter.live HappilyEverAfter!
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