Palacia: Have you two finished?
Palacia turns her gaze towards her little sister.
Palacia: Don’t worry, oyster! I don’t know what my ikigai is either!
Dimia: WHAT?! Don’t you feel… lost?
Palacia puts a sisterly hand on Dimia’s shoulder. They continue to walk and explore the garden.
Palacia: Nah. Now, my purpose is to learn as much as I can from White Training. Till phase-3 reaches its end… There is plenty of time! Also, you have much to learn, and you are still growing… physically and as awareness! Don’t rush things…
Azur: You can learn lots of stuff from smaller state spirits!
Azur kindly refers to the animals present here, in the garden. Many teachings can be learned from simple creatures. Many large questions might have their answers in small places.
Wriwbog: I disagree!
Vero’s eyes are fixed on the animals! He gazes them with attentive observation!
Vero: Look how peaceful they are! I’m sure they know how life works…
An unexpected voice is head.
Oran: You will train one!
The younglings, adolescents and the Giant turn around. To their back, is the Master! Oran has grabbed some pile of hay and it is stuffed in his cloth.
Oran: Every youngling should train an animal as his disciple!
Vero moves his gaze towards all the animals.
Vero: I would like to train them all! Ithink they all have something to say…
Oran: One at time… you will train state-2 spirits and you will train younglings such as yourself one day!
The steps in passing on the teachings to a disciple begin with a state-2 spirit. The Master-Disciple lessons are of the most importance! It is not enough for one to learn! One must teach! So that the lessons become stronger! Master Oran observes that Vero enjoys the company of state-2 spirits. The youngling has the first quality in being a trainer!
Oran: Do you like making animals grateful, Vero?