"...And after thirty days and thirty nights of walking he did come upon a clearing along the way. And there he did see men and women of such loveliness, and arrayed in such finery that it did cause him to fall to his knees, and he wept. For these men and women were beautiful in a fashion he had only dreamed of, and to see them in this way, he knew he was not alone. And in the fullness of time, he did feel the weight, the weight, lifted from him. And all around him was light. And in this way was joy given to him. And in this way was sadness taken from him” - "Memphis" Gideon, 18:18

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