I think that Janner found himself, too.
They raced down the torch-lit corridor with the sound of chaos fading behind them. When they reached the end of the corridor it split into three passageways. The one on the right led to a stair and they bounded up, two steps at a time.
“I thought I lost you,” Janner said as they climbed.
“I thought I lost me, too,” Kalmar said, “until you said your name. It brought me back. I attacked you, didn’t I?”
“I forgive you,” Janner said. “And I forgive you for the next time, too, and the time after that.”
Discussion: What power does forgiveness have? What does it cost? Can it cost too much? Is it worth it if the other person doesn’t change? (Discuss here or in the forum)
What songs do you sing when you need a weapon? (Discuss here or in the forum)
What was your favorite passage this week?