The Celestine Prophecy: An Adventure - Chapter 8, The Interpersonal Ethic Summary & Analysis

James Redfield
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Chapter 8, The Interpersonal Ethic Summary

The narrator is led to a jeep and finds Marjorie waiting in the backseat. The narrator is careful not to show too much emotion in fear that the soldiers will separate them if they learn that they know each other. A few hours into their trip, the jeep comes upon a large truck parked across the road. The soldiers get out to ascertain what is going on, and, while they are distracted, the narrator takes Marjorie and makes a run for it. They run through the streets of a small village, finally entering into a home. A woman and her young child are there, and the woman immediately agrees to help them, saying she knew they would be coming because of a dream she had.

Once on the road, the woman explains parts of the Eighth Insight...

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