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Then I would kneel before the crucifix for days together, pressing PAST INCARNATIONS my hands 21 against the nails that nailed the feet to the Cross, from my lacerated palms; and out until the blood flowed of this pain there grew with the lapse of time an intimate mystical comprehension of His sufferings, and and my own grew my sympathies slowly widened to embrace this Crucified Figure that came to save a crucified world. He took upon Himself my anguish, and the salt bitterness ebbed away, leaving behind a great radiance of peace, a less less as peace terrible infinitely me over heights the music of the chants in its sweetness, that led pale and lonely.

Hair repeated Louis. the hair of a child, of a young delicate, ' Not woman's 1 1 It is ! 'O years old,' I said dully. ' He looked dazed, bewildered. Louis, about seven should not have child, I The next moment he was There were tears in his eyes. wringing my ecstatically. I had he never Richard, Richard,' cried, thought of that, a child We pass the time ... for loving women, and sometimes I have felt that an old grey- haired lately curmudgeon like myself has no right to let his fancies run for ever on golden-haired maidens.

PAST INCARNATIONS 24 Next I foiind myself wandering, dazed and swaying, in a wood. It was daytime; the air struck upon my face with a softness so healing and delicious that tears came to my eyes: dimly between these there floated before me a world exquisite and radiant, and I half deemed myself in Paradise. A tiny stream, coloured with the sky, babbled little along the sky itself stood shyly at the top of the slopes where the trees opened. The crystal note of a bird seemed to buoy itself along reaches of sunshine, and in the branches, and in the red leaves on the ground, there was the rustle ; of life.

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