On a trip to Ukraine, around 1983, we visited a monastery where, deep underground, there were many, many holes with 3-foot by 3-foot openings carved horizontally into limestone walls, reaching 8 feet back into the darkness. These tiny cells were just big enough for a man to crawl in and lie down, with very little room to move. The tour guides said that, in an act of worship, young monks would crawl into these caves, lie down, and stay there silently, for decades, waiting to die. So, compared to that, hiding out quietly in Chagrin Falls sounds pretty good.
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