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By J.R. Büchi, D. Siefkes, D. Siefkes, G.H. Müller

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If you are an experienced cyclist you would keep on your seat, and go cautiously; if you are still a very inexperienced one, it would be wise to get off your cycle, and not mount again till you had come to the curve, and gone round it, and seen what is beyond. The notice board is not an actual prohibition to go along the “King’s highway” if you choose. The people who put up the board have no authority over you. But your own instincts of self-preservation, and I hope also your instinct of loyalty and good comradeship with the possible other cyclist who may be at the bottom of the hill, would suggest to you not to throw away the guardianship of a caution from those who know more than you do about the road.

Another thing they have shown me is that angels never really gossip. They have often pretended to gossip to me; but I have found out afterwards that they have been talking clever nonsense in order to test me and prove me; so that I might see in what an illogical state of mind I have met them. Angels leave real gossip to old women who have done their life’s work and have time to sit in the chimney corner and tell tales about their past experiences to their child friends. 33 Chapter 16 Infinity √ You remember the angel who looks like this, −1.

If you watch them you will see that they swim in different positions, some with their tails uppermost, some with their heads uppermost. There may also be some worms, who do not swim much, but wriggle about at the bottom of the bowl. Perhaps if we could hear them talking we should hear them quarrelling about which was the right position. Some of them might be disputing about what would happen to them in the future. They might quarrel till the end of the world, and know no more about it at the end than at the beginning.

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