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and resupple it and give back the creative power of freedom to those who had all but lost it.'
" He stopped, and, even in his quiet steady quack I thought I caught a slight tremor of emotion, of daring, of sighted triumph. So this was what this odd place was for. This was what these strange creatures, or at least this master creature, lived for. `One question,' I said, `How-'
" `Yes,' he remarked, `you ought to have that question answered before I put my final one to you. You were going to ask, weren't you, how it is that I know as much as I do?'
" `Well,' I replied, a little embarrassed, `of course I am a bit taken aback-'
" `And of course,' he replied quickly, `I can't really explain to you how I know, unless you have the kind of mind I have. Mind you,' he went on almost a little hurriedly, `mind you, I don't want to suggest that your mind has not channels of apprehension far better than mine. But I think it must be clear to you that though we are both warm-blooded animals and so have converged on intelligence, we come to understanding from different sides and so with different insights. I can explain this a little by pointing out that we birds have two gifts that you mammals lack; one is the emotions, and the other is the senses. To be brief, in our development they have chimed. By nature we have a profound sensitiveness, although we ourselves may seem massive and even stolid to you. You must remember that our whole metabolism is faster and our vital heat greater. Our lives are as lengthy as yours, but we live more intensely than you do in the allotted seventy years. Of course, high emotional intuition not governed by intelligence will not lead to understanding, but it is

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