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    60. Two steps forward

    It has been several months since we last met Tusnelda, Martin, Rasmus and the cats. We'll see how they've evolved since we last met them. I'm sorry I use so many side notes. The chapter contains quite a lot of romance and it is one of the most difficult disciplines to write as it easily comes to sound so terribly banal. Readers should not be confused by the fact that there is still summer in the story because the original version of this story was written before 'Seasons' was published. In order not to overwork myself by bringing another element into the narrative, I stick to the original script.

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    59. Something stupid

    For a start, I will warn readers against evil language and drunkenness in this chapter. The holiday is over and the intense time with Tusnelda and her family slips a little into the background. It’s time to see what Rasmus has been up to in the meantime. I would therefore regret that I once again drag readers through endless scenes of drunkenness, violent language, infidelity and lies. Even I am getting tired of the unconscious repetitions. I promise it will be more cheerful in the end.

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    58. Down below the waterfall

    In this chapter, we return to Tusnelda and Martin in Granite Falls. They are still on vacation and most of their time is spent developing their personal skills. Another big part of the time, they enjoy the infatuation they have rediscovered. However, it will also be clear to anyone that Tusnelda is tumbling with some very difficult personal questions. If she ever reaches a clarity it will show in the end.

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    57. Quiet refugium

    Some people claim that green is healthy for the eyes. I can promise you lots of green in this chapter. On top of the dramatic chapters of the last few weeks, absolutely nothing is happening in this chapter. If you nevertheless choose to hang on, you may find that all development requires calm before it is seriously implemented. Warning: A lot of cat spam will occur.… just because cats are pretty lovely.

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    56. Error code critical failure!

    As the title suggests, this chapter will not be without drama. There is a big difference in how people take their defeat. Some are weighed down by inward shame. Others get furious and find some they can turn their anger against. We will meet them all. With the help of friends, the day will come to a peaceful end.

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    54. Rebuilding

    When the old habits no longer bring anything good with them, it's time for a rebuild. Tusnelda has received a revelation and she and Martin are making great efforts to speak out with each other. Sometimes it's just so hard to find the right words. In some situations, words may be completely superfluous. In this chapter, we also encounter other recognizable characters. First of all Rasmus who gets an unpleasant surprise.

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    53. The price of tranquility

    In this chapter we follow Tusnelda’s journey to Sixam and it will be revealed that she has a great devotion to trees. Life in a society is very noisy. Besides the noise from the traffic or the constant news flow from the TV, there is the noise from people around you. Family, colleagues, friends or someone who is suddenly talking to you on the street. They all expect something from you. Only when all external noise is filtered out will you be able to listen to yourself.

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    52. Fixing Bugs

    In this chapter, Martin prepares for an important soccer match with his usual routine composure. For Tusnelda, the day offers far more unforeseen events. It will be a day where she gives birth to new wild ideas and where she obtains great praise but also a resistance that hits her where it hurts the most. It will be a day where she starts on a mental journey. No life is without conflicts and when it comes down to it, it’s mostly about what we do about the resistance that meets us. Last but not least, whether we possess the ability to correct our mistakes.