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Oxford University researchers say that feeling small makes chaps paranoid, inferior and distrustful of others.
No, says Jacobs, the real reason for feeling small is that we are a "small part of something glorious, in which we can participate, find our place, find our purpose" Indeed, "Cathedrals are celebrations of all that God has made, and they embody in their stone and glass the history of God's dealings with his world and people made in his image" (24).
Well Nancy was having one of those days when she knew she was big but was feeling small. So, off she goes from family member to family member asking for hugs, games, a swing and more but all she gets is 'later.' Nancy then takes herself up the tree, where she enters into her own fantasy world until later comes and everyone is looking for her.