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CHAPTER SEVEN

I mean it with all my heart, and it's the only prayer I ever want You to consider. No, it isn't, here's another one. `May she always go on loving me.' Oh Lord, that doesn't end it: `May I always go on loving hex' - that's the important one. We can put those two into one if You like: May we always go on loving each other. There! And if You like, Pump can swindle me. I don't mind. . .
Now, what about Ormsby? He was a difficult problem. What was going to happen to him in the next world? I believe Hell is an entire invention of Man's for the storing of people he doesn't like. Must put 'em somewhere, but can't have 'em with Us. Now take Betty Baxter. If we meet in the next world, it's Hell. If we don't, it's Heaven. Well, I mean, that makes it difficult. It doesn't seem to depend on me as it ought to. Or take it the other way round. If I went to Hell, then there would be no Heaven available for Sylvia at all. She would have to be with me - in which case it would be heavenly for me, but jolly bad luck on her. Of course that's equally true in this world. No good woman can be happy if she loves a bad man. But the whole idea of the next world is that it makes up for the inequalities and unfairnesses of this one. How can it?...
Also, the more you feel certain that the next world makes up for the unfairness of this, the less you trouble to remedy that unfairness. Isn't that so? I mean, if you were plumb certain that this was the only world, you would have to put all you knew into making it better. As it is, all the really good men are concentrating on the next world. A pity.
Anyway, what's the matter with this one? It has been in existence a million years, and we have just discovered wireless. Which means that wireless had been waiting

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