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... Are there lots and lots of small ones?
-----Immediately, she notices a fish swimming beside her. He's one foot long, and as wide as her hand. She catches him. She brings him back to her boat.
-----Suddenly, the scientist realizes she's run out of time. She won't be able to catch any more fish.
-----So, she examines the one she has.
-----He's not too big, not too small. He's limited in his spatial demensions, ...
... when she brought me food or laughed at my jokes? Even more likely, maybe this was because I never saw any young women besides her?
She covered her hair. But, she couldn't cover the dimples at the corners of her eyes. She was quiet. When she spoke, she made fun of me. "Mert-k Saloha," she teased me. (Your wife's Saloha.) Her brother called me "thkiyy" (smart), because I was learning Arabic; ...
I agreed to go. A shaven-headed guy named Hossein, who liked to change into a long, light-weight gown when going to the mosque, let me know I'd have to pray at the mosque. He smiled his handsome smile.
-- Pray with us! Pray with us! Pray with us! --
Aaaah. No!!! Anything but that!
"Ma-neeselli-sh," I said. (I don't pray.)
They said I could go and just watch.
... on others, to dominate them. A desire to compete with my fellow man, to prove I was better than someone. A desire to leave my mark on the world, even a negative one, because if another being existed who could make the stars, how could I not feel small?
-----After a moment, I returned to my normal beliefs and my normal psychology. I looked up at the mysterious stars.
-----And all I wanted was to enjoy their ...
... for dinner. His wife gave us an enormous bowl of couscous. Lying on the couscous were whole carrots, hard-boiled eggs, mandioca, sweet onions, chicken meat, and hot peppers. "Bneen!" I said. (Delicious!) Monsoor closed his eyes and kissed the air.
- - After dinner, we hung out in his home. We played cards. We did funny dances. We spoke Arabic, acting out words and being silly. We talked about what great "sohab" (friends) we were. Mostly, ...