"Napa Valley"  Brocken InaGlory. Licensed. Creative Commons CC BY-SA 3.0
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Q had Snark observe rather early on:  "Everything in religion that can be destroyed ought to be.  Religion is too important for anything but the truth.  And the truth you can never destroy."
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Margaret's final words are that we are far, far more than we will ever know . . . in spite of our actually being much less than what we would, in our pretending, lead others to believe.  Do you resonate with what she says?  What is she saying anyhow?  Hint:  go back and re-read the next-to-the-last paragraph on page 25 and see if that sheds any light on matters.

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