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Mary indicates she has developed an appetite for catastrophe and death after watching her son’s crucifixion. She does not leave her house in Ephesus often, but she has developed the habit of walking to the temple in the evening. One evening she stays at the temple too long and has to take a direct route back to her house. During her walk, she notices thin slabs of stone sticking up from the ground. These slabs had the figures of men carved into them. One of the men seemed young and innocent, while the other was older and weeping. Mary thought it was a picture of a young man who was dead and did not think of the world while his father lived a life of sorrow. She saw there were other stones with carvings on them as well and believed they had...

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