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CHAPTER X - Don Ramon and Dona Carlota

wanted to make a free Ireland and a great Irish people. But I knew all the time, the Irish aren't a great people any more, and you can't make them free. They are only good at destroying - just mere stupid destroying. How can you make a people free, if they aren't free? If something inside them compels them to go on destroying!'
`I know! I know! And that is Ramon. He wants to destroy even Jesus and the Blessed Virgin, for this people. Imagine it! To destroy Jesus and the Blessed Virgin! the last thing they've got!'
`But what does he say himself, that he wants to do?'
`He says he wants to make a new connection between the people and God. He says himself, God is always God. But man loses his connection with God. And then he can never recover it again, unless some new Saviour comes to give him his new connection. And every new connection is different from the last, though God is always God. And now, Ramon says, the people have lost God. And the Saviour cannot lead them to Him anymore. There must be a new Saviour with a newvision. But ah, Senora, that is not true for me. God is love, and if Ramon would only submit to love, he would know that he had found God. But he is perverse. Ah, if we could be together, quietly loving, and enjoying the beautiful world, and waiting in the love of God! Ah, Senora, why, why, why can't he see it? Oh, why can't he see it! Instead of doing all these -'
The tears came to Dona Carlota's eyes, and spilled over her cheeks. Kate also was in tears, mopping her face.
`It's no good!' she said, sobbing. `I know it's no good, no matter what we do. They don't want to be happy and peaceful. They want this strife and these other false, horrible connections. It's no good whatever we do! That's what's so bitter, so bitter!'
The two women sat in their bent-wood rocking-chairs and just sobbed. And as they sobbed, they heard a step coming along the terrace, the faint swish of the sandals of the people.
It was Don Ramon, drawn unconsciously by the emotional disturbance of the two women.
Dona Carlota hastily dabbed her eyes, and her sniffing nose, Kate blew her nose like a trumpet, and Don Ramon stood in the doorway.

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