Portfolio 4b 2 - Portfolio #4b In Mules and Men there is a...

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Portfolio #4b In Mules and Men there is a story on page 95 about a man that goes fishing every Sunday. Despite pressure from wife and his priest, he continues to catch a fish each and every Sunday morning. One time he walked up to the water and there was a cat-fish just waiting for him to catch. Sure enough, he baited his hook and the fish grabbed it. The fish was so strong that it pulled him in. His last words, before the fish drowned him, were “Tell my wife to fear God and cat-fish.” Seen as a day of rest and worship, catching fish on a Sunday is definitely going against God. This is why the man, whose name was not mentioned, received pressure from his priest not to fish on Sundays anymore. The man’s death is a show of power by God. It’s almost as if God said, “I’ll show you to fish on Sabbath.” This example of God’s power shows how ubiquitous he is. One could also say that the pressure from his wife to stop fishing means that a husband should listen to his wife. Previous to this story being told, there was another story about animals.
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