The excerpt represents the core issue or deciding factor on which you must meditate, and is drawn from Black Beauty by Anna Sewell:|
he would get up two or three times in the night to come to me.
My master, too, often came to see me. "My poor Beauty," he said one day,
"my good horse, you saved your mistress' life, Beauty;
yes, you saved her life." I was very glad to hear that,
for it seems the doctor had said if we had been a little longer
it would have been too late. John told my master he never saw a horse
go so fast in his life. It seemed as if the horse knew what was the matter.
Of course I did, though John thought not; at least I knew as much as this --
that John and I must go at the top of our speed, and that it was
for the sake of the mistress.
19 Only Ignorance