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Kwahe’e of the Wolves

4 Responses to “Kwahe’e Reads 15”

  1. henrietta abeyta Says:

    That how your adventure continues and your fate aren’t the same part of your future is my most recent responsibility lesson learned from reading firekeeper’s 5th book.

    Similar lesson but Magiere and Firekeeper have different attitudes. Magiere is fine in a house, Firekeeper loves to run in the wild. Magiere has to control her anger, irritation, or fear as well, more often so the vampire part of her isn’t seen by too many, Firekeeper accepts criticism. Firekeeper’s quite fluent with the animals, but Magiere can’t tell when Chap’s actually trying to warn her, or give her and Leesil quick information so something improves soon. Magiere’s willing to eat like humans do instead of like a vampire, but Firekeeper eats more eats meat like the wolves except she includes as much produce as she must. Magiere’s a Dhampir, Firekeeper’s emotionally a wolf.

  2. janelindskold Says:

    Hi Jasmine… I hope you’ve been well. I’ve been really busy, so I can’t reply to all your posts, but I’ll reply here for all of them.

    You’re very right that even creatures that seem alike can be very different. Isn’t that true of humans? To a robin, we probably all look alike, but we’re so different.

    Glad to hear from you and know you are well. Jane

  3. henrietta abeyta Says:

    Quite true. My mistake of pestering was that during my childhood I didn’t realize that when people said come on be like the rest of us, they weren’t entirely letting you be yourself. But now I know it’s always your own choice who to become. It’s just how often people refuse responsibility, misunderstand responsibility, like to mock others, or like to persuade others. Be the real you, let others share advice but don’t let them choose for you how to live, and who to become, make those two essential decisions independently.

    I thought you had to be at least like a few of your family members, with how pushy people say Be like the rest of us so often. But Grandma’s willing to help me with my serious confusions.

    • janelindskold Says:

      Your grandma sounds like a very good person.

      Often people who mock other people do so because they feel scared and small inside. The only way they know how to make themselves feel big is to try and believe others are smaller.

      I’ll be off-line for the next several days, so don’t worry. I’m not annoying you. I just won’t have a computer.

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