1 For we are not like our brothers.
2 It is only our brother men who matter.
3 By the grace of our brothers are we allowed our lives.
4 We exist through, by and for our brothers who are the State.
5 It was evil and we dared not face our brothers in the morning.
6 We strive to be like all our brother men, for all men must be alike.
7 It is not good to be different from our brothers, but it is evil to be superior to them.
8 Such is to be our life, as that of all our brothers and of the brothers who came before us.
9 We were just like all our brothers then, save for the one transgression: we fought with our brothers.
10 There are few offenses blacker than to fight with our brothers, at any age and for any cause whatsoever.
11 We had been a good Street Sweeper and like all our brother Street Sweepers, save for our cursed wish to know.
12 We have torn ourselves from the truth which is our brother men, and there is no road back for us, and no redemption.
13 Still, without reason, as we stood there by the hedge, we felt our lips drawn tight with hatred, a sudden hatred for all our brother men.
14 The candles are lit, and the Councils of the different Homes stand in a pulpit, and they speak to us of our duties and of our brother men.
15 We need all our time, we need the work rooms of the Home of the Scholars, we want the help of our brother Scholars and their wisdom joined to ours.
16 For the Council of Vocations knows in its great wisdom where you are needed by your brother men, better than you can know it in your unworthy little minds.
17 We would accept our Life Mandate, and we would work for our brothers, gladly and willingly, and we would erase our sin against them, which they did not know, but we knew.
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