Chapter 32: For God
Through the watches, Taweel admired the miniature work of art taking shape under the hands of a yahavim with pale blue hair. “How do you transfer their thread onto your spools?”
Loris smiled. “Carefully.”
“Do they mind that you undo their efforts?”
The Weaver paused in his stitching. “Each time the yahavim spin, they create something beautiful for God. A gift. And when He accepts their offering, He gives it a new shape. A purpose.” Loris peered up at the tiny angel as he answered the Guardian’s actual question. “They don’t mind. And I admire the simplicity of their trust.”
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