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CHAPTER XXII - The Living Huitzilopochtli

`Very good! Very good! Shall-be is far from am, and tomorrow is another day. Come to me when your heart tells you to come. You are my little boys, whatever you say, and I shall stroke your hair and laugh at you. Come! Come here!'
He looked at them, and they dared not refuse to obey, his power was so much greater than theirs.
He took his eldest son in his arms and stroked his head.
'There!' he said. 'Thou art my eldest son, and I am thy father, who calls himself The Living Quetzalcoatl. When they say: "Is it thy father who calls himself The Living Quetzalcoatl?" - say to them: "Yes, he is my father." And when they ask you what you think of such a father, say: "I am young, and I do not understand him yet. But I do not judge my father without understanding him." Wilt thou say that, my boy, Pedro, my son?' And Ramon stroked the boy's hair with the gentleness and tenderness which filled the child with a sort of awe.
`Yes, papa! I will say that,' said the boy, relieved.
`It is well,' said Ramon, laying his hand on the child's head for a moment, like a blessing.
Then he turned to the younger son.
`Come then,' he said, `and let me stroke thy upstanding hair.'
`If I love thee, I cannot love mama!' said Cyprian.
`Nay, is thy heart so narrow? Love not at all, if it makes thee petty.'
`But I do not want to come to thee, papa.'
`Then stay away, my son, and come when thou dost want it.'
'I do not think thou lovest me, papa.'
'Nay, when thou art an obstinate monkey, I love thee not. But when thy real manhood comes upon thee, and thou art brave and daring, rather than rash and impudent, then thou t be lovable. How can I love thee if thou art not lovable?' Mama always loved me.'
She called thee her own. I do not call thee mine own. Thou thyself. When thou art lovable, I can love thee. When thou rash and impudent, nay, I cannot. The mill will not spin en the wind does not blow.'

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