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"You don't just get sick from nothing." "I didn't say 'nothing.' I said nobody. Sure
something made her tired — and sick, a little. But you're not to lay blame on
people. One day you will understand how it happens." One day . . . one day . . .
"Well, I think," she said, "I think that if he's sick— like she is too, if you like — then I
think we let them get sick." "What?" "Because of always being afraid. To do
anything." "You can't put a sick man out on the street. You can't put someone
who's ill ...
A sick poet. And he really has been sick, too." "No. Now don't talk like that! He's
not sick. He's just a person who's been victimized by the bad habit of what you've
allowed him to do — which is to lie still all the time instead of moving around.
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