The sale of souls to gain the whole world is completely voluntary and almost unanimous...but not quite.
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The fields were fruitful, and starving men moved on the roads.
Only God sees the sparrow fall, but even God doesn't do anything about it.
For the most part people are not curious except about themselves.
And now the group was welded to one thing, one unit, so that in the dark the eyes of the people were inward, and their minds played in other times, and their sadness was like rest, like sleep.
There's an awful lot of inactive kindness which is nothing but laziness, not wanting any trouble, confusion, or effort.
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