The conclusion to Worlds Within Worlds…Be Well In All Ways!
Being true to yourself and your world.
Lele watched as the aiga went about preparing for the day. But this day was different than any other. He watched as some, gathering the tools normally used for producing good in their world, pondered how to use these tools in ways foreign to them. He watched as others crushed berries they would normally enjoy as part of a morning feast, mixed them with coals from the fire and smeared the mixture on their faces trying to look fierce like the tusked manu vao vao, or wild boar as the tagate ese called them, or the large mouthed sharp toothed malie from the vasa. Things the aiga had never done before and it filled Lele with dread and sadness. His people were changing because the expanded world of the invaders threatened the world they loved. But to protect it required them to give…
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