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Why as a sister? She used to be a whore. ” The expression on his face fearful me. I had by no means obvious it ahead of, it used to be sharp, cruel, prepared for something. yet I knew that his rudeness and self-torment resulted from the sorrow that were revived by way of this primary dialog approximately his mom. i used to be additionally shocked through the ferocity with which he tore open his wounds. was once he relatively discomfort quite a bit? attempting to calm him down, I stated: “You’re merciless simply because you’re depressing. Your mom used to be an exceptional girl. She used to be a sufferer, now not a sinner. ” “Why did they kill her, then? ” “Because they have been silly. ” He acknowledged not anything, taking a look at the ground. I knew how challenging it was once for him, even if i'll purely experience the horror of his torment with a shudder. Then he requested, giving me a antagonistic glance, in a single final wish that i wouldn't manage to shield myself: “And what did you do? ” “I begged for her, in useless.