The same message is also woven into genuine Persian carpets. Read it in many markets.


Oh, you want to know what happens in the unravelling. That would be telling but I will give you a clue. Nit-picking night nurses with nothing to do because the sick are sleeping sit in their slippers and cardigans, unravelling garments with no fault simply so they can stay awake. And as they wrap the wool into balls within the palm, they watch over the world and see that no harm comes to sleepy-heads who dream of catching on to something new.

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