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"So this is heaven," Jonathan smiles, noticing his body growing as bright as his companions' bodies. It feels like a gull body, but it flies far better than his old one ever has. Delighting in pressing power into his new wings of polished silver, Jonathan sets a goal of attaining twice the speed and performance, but he is not disappointed when the best he can reach is 273 mph. He believes that heaven ought not to have natural limits, but he is not disappointed. The escorts depart, wishing him happy landings. Jonathan flies toward a jagged shoreline inhabited by so few gulls that he wonders again at heaven and why he suddenly feels tired. He remembers the saying that gulls never tire in heaven. Memories of earth are fading, and details are blurring, beyond fighting for food and being an Outcast. Jonathan feels welcome although none of the...

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