The Western WindBook - 2018
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I'd seen Jerry Carter's face among the many, blank as a stone, and I hadn't known until then that, far from the absence of feeling, blankness could be the overwhelment of feeling.
"Why did God give us one another?" I said. "Why did he make us love and need one another? Why do animals huddle together in the field, when the field is big enough for them to stand alone?". " Life is lonely enough, Father, that's why."
I've laid the most terrible of burdens at God's feet because I can't see him; why else would one so great keep himself invisible?
My heart beat, and beat again, and I thought: one day it will beat and not beat again.
Who is it that invariably takes life? Death of course. Death itself is the murderer, and birth its accomplice. Men die because they're born to die. By drowning, by disease, by mishap, by all God's assassins. What was either of us going to do to change that?
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