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THE TEMPERING

there might be one, there is no proof of one, there are a thousand proofs of one, it says so in the Bible....
" No," says the Schoolmaster. "We don't know where anything will lead to. We are all, so to speak, under Sealed Orders. We all pretend to live merely for our own ends, but it doesn't quite work out that way. If it did, we'd run away from the first threat of danger. We should live and die like animals, like rabbits. Nobody would ever go away from the safety of his own little place. No new things would ever be discovered. No new ground would be broken. Men would still be living in caves. No, there is something in men that makes them go beyond themselves. That is what makes us men. Right back in the beginnings, men had a queer instinct to leave something, to make something that should stay when they were gone. Some time ago a cave was discovered in which men had lived tens of thousands of years ago. On the walls of this cave there were pictures, very carefully drawn, of animals. Now why do you think those dead-and-forgotten savages, struggling naked in the very dawn of things, wanted to leave pictures?"
" It is a fact," says Barker, "that if you give a feller a wall 'e'll 'ave to draw something on it, or write something. Step across the way and you'll see for yourself. You don't 'ave to go back no ten thousand years."
When the lauglater subsides, the Schoolmaster says : "Men are always struggling against something. But the end must remain unknown."
" Mug's game," says John Johnson.
" I dare say that is what the Guards said in Nieppe

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