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My character on Sky - Children of the Light
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Why would any mom stay with a man ignoring his baby.?!???
Taxi - Harar, 2018
журнал КРОКОДИЛ,1955 год.
Kindergarten of the First State Bearing Plant in Moscow. Morning exercise. Photo by V. Khukhlayev (1962)
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Okay, I want a child from you, Leon Goretzka👶😌❤️
I’ve gotten the opportunity to hangout with some folks and their children, and it’s interesting. It makes me sure, and I was already sure, I’m not ready for them. Nor, do I think I will ever be.
Children take work. So much work and time, and those parents will tell you. “When you get children of your own…”
I’ve come to notice that some parents tend to worry a lot about their children. If they are okay…if they are okay…In my head I’m thinking, “you raised them!”
Shouldn’t they be okay?
I’ve noticed some parents have unbearable guilt, and they keep reciting it.
From my knowledge my parents choose to have children. Sometimes I wonder if people have them out of habit?
Like the “next step.”
They decided to create life…
Life is a heavy responsibility.
A thought forms in my mind, then, one that stays in the front of my brain through the whole next day of walking with the tribe. It’s an obvious thought, but somehow remarkable at the same time: these people are happy. And it’s a particular kind of happy. There’s a sense of togetherness here that you just don’t find in the big cities. There was a bit of it in [plaguetown], in a depressing way – everyone there was staying apart from each other, but in the name of keeping everyone safe and healthy. Here, there’s no such fear – every moment, whether sitting or standing, speaking or singing, walking or running, is a moment of joy – but there’s just as much unity of purpose.
That’s what Paz said, before – you stick together if you share a purpose. All through the next day, I see this shared purpose in adults swapping children among them to carry and entertain, in three nomads working as one to guide a straying ewe back to the flock, in how they all raise a finger to [nomadleader] and wait for them to nod before speaking – and how [nomadleader]’s approving nod for them to speak always comes. These people are together in a more significant way than just being next to each other physically, and they are happy.
But these people are doomed. I don’t tell them so; it seems a bad idea to bring up a sour subject as a guest of these strong, united people, especially since they’re the ones who know where we’re going. But they’re doomed. Unless Barak and his wizards can figure something out, that thing to the south will spread and take them all, like it did to Paz’s people.
None of us mention it, but it’s impossible not to think about it. I catch Barak muttering to himself and flipping through his spellbook as he walks multiple times throughout the day. I catch Malka looking over her shoulder, back the way we’ve come, as though expecting to see the un-creature back on our heels. I even catch Shiri in moments of extra spaciness, her usual smile gone from her face, before she shakes herself and puts it on again. We’re all on edge, now, more than ever.
(from part 07: The Last Nomads, Lior narrating)
(My final word count for the month is 65,110 - and I’m about halfway through part seven of the twelve I have outlined. Ever onward!)
I must have adopted 20+ kids in like 4 different group chats so I hope all my adopted children are somewhat alive,,,, I think that’s the best we can ask for at this point