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Parable of the Sower Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 21 Summary

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Chapter 21 Summary

Monday, August 30, 2027. The group arrives at the San Luis reservoir. Lauren is amazed to see so much clean water in one place, although even she can tell that the water level is much lower than it used to be. Although there are quite a few people settled around the area, they are able to find a fairly deserted area to camp. They make up a watch list and begin to take care of the multitude of chores they have been delaying - washing and mending clothes, cleaning guns, airing out bedding and other necessities. After the household chores are completed, the couples drift off by themselves. Lauren finds herself alone with Bankole, who listens to her as she talks about Earthseed. Bankole asks what a member in good standing has to do, and Lauren replies, "[T]he essentials...are to learn to shape God with forethought...

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