“It is one of the commonest of mistakes to consider that the limit of our power
of perception is also the limit of all there is to perceive.”
– C.W. Leadbeater, English clergyman, author
The large hoof nearly connected with Percy’s forehead and he collapsed in a heap near a pile of loose straw. The crackle of the fire was getting louder and the smoke thicker.
“It’s no use,” yelled Percy as the flames rolled like a glowing ocean wave along the inside wall of the old barn. Though he had managed to get the handful of cows out of the barn safely, his two old work horses refused to leave. Now, the team was growing more and more frantic, whinnying and kicking at every flame and flickering shadow – delirious with...
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