Moksha – p.22

December 23, 2012 at 8:07 pm Leave a comment

“I am trying to find some elders from my herd who fell into the river,” Moksha told the golden animal. “But I can’t get to shore.”

The creature tilted its head. “Why do you want to go to the shore? Would your elders have done so?”

Moksha thought for a moment. “I don’t know. They might still be tired from our journey,” she said, and began to worry anew about them. If she had this much difficulty getting to shore, and she was younger and more rested than they…

“Then follow them,” the golden animal said, and turned to go. “The river will take you where you are meant to be; it can do nothing else.”

Moksha watched it go, and when it had disappeared into the trees again, she took a deep breath and relaxed her feet and legs, and the current rushed her away.

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