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CHAPTER XXII - The Living Huitzilopochtli

men, you must listen carefully to your own souls, and be sure to be true. Be true to your own souls; there is nothing else for a man to do.'
`Je m'en fiche de ton ame, mon pere!' said Cyprian, with one of his flashes into French. It was a language he often spoke with his mother.
`That you may, my boy,' said Ramon. `But I may not.'
`Papa!' put in the elder boy. `Is your soul different from mama's soul?'
`Who knows?' said Ramon. `I understand it differently.'
`Because mama always prayed for your soul.'
`And I, in my way, pray for hers, child. If her soul comes back to me, I will take it into my heart.'
`Mama's soul,' said Cyprian, `will go straight into Paradise.'
`Who knows, child! Perhaps the Paradise for the souls of the dead is the hearts of the living.'
`I don't understand what you say.'
`It is possible,' said Ramon, `that even now the only Paradise for the soul of your mother is in my heart.'
The two boys stared at him with open eyes.
`Never will I believe that,' said Cyprian.
`Or it may be in thy heart,' said Ramon. 'Hast thou a place in thy heart for the soul of thy mother?'
The young Cyprian stared with bewildered hazel eyes.
`The soul of my mother goes direct to Paradise, because she is a saint,' he asserted flatly.
`Which Paradise, my son?'
`The only one. Where God is.'
`And where is that?'
There was a pause.
`In the sky,' said Cyprian, stubbornly.
`It is very far and very empty. But I believe, my son, that the hearts of living men are the very middle of the sky. And there God is; and Paradise; inside the hearts of living men and women. And there the souls of the dead come to rest, there, at the very centre, where the blood turns and returns; that is where the dead sleep best.'
There was a very blank pause.
`And wilt thou go on saying thou art the Living Quetzalcoatl?' said Cyprian.

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