Jasper Lilla and the Flight to Boone

Jasper-Lilla-3-Cover_web“Carol has to make peace with who she is,” said Maggie, “and so do you.”

“Me? What do I have to do?”

She smiled at me.  It was a pity smile.  “To whom more is given, more is expected.”

“To whom more is given, more is expected,” I repeated.

“It is more difficult for humans.  For wolves, they are children for two years and then they must find their place in the pack.  Their place in the pack determines what they do.  Their pack has dominion over a territory and by simply being in the pack and doing what they do in their dominion, they make peace with who they are. Do you know what you’re looking for?”

“I guess not,” I admitted.  “Do you?”

“Wolves do not SEE winter coming, but they see that it is coming.  They do not know what they are looking for, but they know it when they see it.  It is the same with making peace with who they are.”

“What about Carol and me?”

“The wolf knows his place in the pack and the packs’ dominion.  Do you know your dominion?”

The Flight to Boone

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