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Saint's Progress

I wonder if I could bear to be unhappy to save someone else-like Leila. I admire her! Oh! I admire her! She's not doing it because she thinks it good for her soul; only because she can't bear making him unhappy. She must love him very much. Poor Leila! And she's done it all by herself, of her own accord!' It was like what George said of the soldiers; they didn't know why they were heroes, it was not because they'd been told to be, or because they believed in a future life. They just had to be, from inside somewhere, to save others. `And they love life as much as I do,' she thought. `What a beast it makes one feel!' Those needles! Resistance-acquiescence? Both perhaps. The oldest lady in the world, with her lips moving at the corners, keeping things in, had lived her life, and kne«, it. How dreadful to live on when you were of no more interest to anyone, but must just `pass the time' and die. But how much more dreadful to `pass the time' when you were strong, and life and love were yours for the taking! `I shan't answer Daddy,' she thought.

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