Bara Cailín 3: 20 ‘privy to a cosmic truth’

But of course the world couldn’t wait and it was the evening of their return that Inteachán’s parents perished before they had had the chance to reveal the truth and the story as we know it began.

Not that we should be too hard on Inteachán’s parents though.

Imagine it was you that was privy to a cosmic truth and even though you knew the time had come when you needed to tell your only child everything you knew but were forced to balance this cosmic necessity with the wholly conflicting and much more mundane desire to simply allow a young girl to retain their innocent view of the world for just one more day.

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