Mutant Message Down Under - Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21 Summary

"Out in Front" The author is told it is her turn to lead the walk, and she immediately protests that she's not ready. The walk is unusually hot and dry, and for two days the author leads without any immediate sign of food, water, or shelter. A gray rain cloud stays tantalizingly out of walking distance. The author realizes she's suffering from dehydration, and repeatedly asks for help from members of the tribe, but they don't respond, simply looking at her with expectation. As she walks on the third day, the author realizes she's becoming delirious, and hallucinates memories of her childhood and family. Suddenly she realizes she's thinking the way she would back home when the whole purpose of her trek is to think differently. She expresses gratitude to the Oneness for insight, and immediately is inspired to put her rock in...

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