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CHAPTER XVII - Fourth Hymn and the Bishop

know when our souls open in the last blossoming. We can't change ourselves, and we don't want to. But when our souls open out in the final blossoming, then as blossoms we share one mystery with all blossoms, beyond the knowledge of any leaves and stems and roots: something transcendent.
`But it doesn't matter. At the present time I have to fight my way in Mexico, and you have to fight yours. So let us go and do it.'
He went away to his workshops and his men who were labouring under his directions, while Cipriano sat down to his correspondence and his military planning.
They were both interrupted by the thudding of a motorboat entering the little bay. It was Kate, escorted by the blackscarved Juana.
Ramon, in his white clothes, with the blue-and-black figured sash and the big hat with the turquoise-inlaid Eye of Quetzalcoatl, went down to meet her. She was in white, too, with a green hat and the shawl of pale yellow silk.
`I was so glad to come again,' she said, holding out her hand to him. 'Jamiltepec has become a sort of Mecca to me, my inside yearns for it.'
`Then why don't you come oftener? I wish you would come.'
`I am afraid of intruding.'
`No! You could help if you would.'
`Oh!' she said. `I am so frightened, and so sceptical of big undertakings. I think it is because, at the very bottom of me, I dislike the masses of people - anywhere. I'm afraid I rather despise people; I don't want them to touch me, and I don't want to touch them. - So how could I pretend to join any - any - any sort of Salvation Army? - which is a horrid way of putting it.'
Don Ramon laughed.
`I do myself,' he said. `I detest and despise masses of people. But these are my own people.'
`I, ever since I was a child, since I can remember. - They say of me, when I was a little girl of four, and my parents were having a big dinner-party, they had the nurse bring me in to say good night to all the people they had there dressed up and eating and drinking. And I suppose they all said nice things to

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