The Great Chain on Urantia (Chapter 7, page 1 of 14)

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Chapter 7

August, 1948 We're going to Paro! Good good good. I get to go with Brother Boniface on the back of the motorcycle. That'll be fun. I can watch all the people, and maybe some children will talk to me or even play with me. Let's go! Let's go!

Oh, not till after morning prayer. Oh well.

Brother Andre might give a good talk. And he might say something to me, or about me. That's always nice. Probably tell me to behave, on the trip. I mostly do. Usually the only time I get into trouble is when adults don't behave, 'cause then I get mad. They think they can do what they like just because they're grown up. But, I suppose I should show respect. Right, I should.

And they should deserve it.

I wish I could have my own pony. Brother Andre said I'm too young to be riding around on a big horse. I don't know what he thinks might happen. I take turns riding when we go to Sombe, sometimes. If I could ride my own pony I could explore a lot more. I wonder what I can do to make that happen.

Can't think of anything right now.

I do have Borg, and he's the only dog in the monastery. He's lots of fun when I go hiking in the woods. He sniffs out pikas and yellow-throat martens and stuff. Scares up pheasants, and monals. Never catches anything, though. Can't run fast enough. His legs are too short.

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