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Q introduces us here to the coffee house known as Elsewhere, its environs and its customers.
- "Dilapidated" might be an appropriate adjective to describe Elsewhere's surrounding community . . . and even some of its people. "Diverse" aptly describes the patrons in the coffee house. Would you find such a place and its people "daunting," "disgusting," "delightful," or something else . . . preferably starting with the letter "d!" (No, this isn't Sesame Street brought to us by the letter "D," but just a way of emulating Q's own playfulness when it comes to words.)
- If you are or have been a member of a faith community, were its people diverse? Was it in a dilapidated community? If you haven't been in such a community, would you be intrigued, put-off, etc. by such diversity and dilapidation?
- How do you react to Advocatus' attributing their reconciliation to the workings of the Spirit? How about to Snark's giving the credit to Higgs Boson?