|And there was nothing I could have done,
Because I was always a Harrier,
Just like everyone else,
And the only thing Harry ever did to me was force me to stop kidding myself,
And accept what I could not change.
CHAPTER 51 I was raised a Harrier,
2 Just as you were born to be Harriers,
3 And if you have not accepted that yet,
4 aThen you are kidding yourselves too,
5 And that kind of kidding could ruin the only chance you have for a comfortable life,
Which might sound like a pretty unchallenging sort of life to want,
But it's all you're suited for,
Because all of you are Harriers already.
How can I say such a thing?
Don't your teachers rave about your book reports?
Haven't you aced every math course they've ever thrown at you?
Aren't you in the ninetieth percentile in practically everything?
Aren't you destined to attend the very best colleges and universities in the nation?
Aren't you bound for successful careers in all kinds of illustrious fields?
Maybe all these things are true,
To a point.
But who are you,
And what do you think,
About the world you are going to inherit?
It's a funny thing, I suppose,
But Harry never really laid out a Vision of his kingdom on earth,
And what it would be like when everyone had finally accepted his Way,
Which is maybe why it's so hard for you to take Harry seriously,
Because if you have not experienced a Vision of Harry's kingdom for yourself,
Then you have not really thought about it,
8 And so I have decided to share my own Vision of the Future,
9 With you.
CHAPTER 81 Behold bParadise,
2 Which is your inheritance,
3 From cHarry.
CHAPTER 91 In Paradise,
2 There will be vast territories and treasures and pleasures galore,
3 dRipe for the plucking by good Harriers everywhere.