Dorothy: ...Sigh... Why am I hiding here? I want to talk to him, but he's a little...forbidding. I'd like him to teach me how to improve my bow skills... But how can I talk to him? Well...maybe some other time...
Dorothy: Hello, Sin! My name is Dorothy. ...A little too intrusive? Would you like to have an archery duel? ...But I don't want to compete with him. What a nice bow! Where did you buy it? ...No, that doesn't sound right at all. Hmm...this is tough...
Dorothy: ...... Oh, I know! I can bring him some food that he likes... Wait, I don't know what kind of food he likes... I like fruit, but what about him?
Yoder: Ah, Dorothy. You do not look so well. What is the matter?
Dorothy: Do you know why I can't use the sacred healing staves?
Dorothy: I want to help injured people by using the staves like Father Saul and you do. I've been praying every day, and I don't think I've done anything particularly bad, either.
Yoder: Yes, your faith is an example to us all.
Dorothy: But I still can't help hurt people... I want to heal them, but I can't. Will I never have that power? Am I not worthy to be God's servant?
Yoder: No, that is not the case. Do you know the story of the owl and the eagle, Dorothy?
Dorothy: No, I don't. Please tell it to me, Bishop Yoder.
Yoder: It is a story of a time when Saint Elimine still walked the earth. One day during Saint Elimine's journeys, an owl approached her from the forest.
Yoder: The owl asked her, 'I wish to go the land of God. Would you show me the way?' Saint Elimine thought for a moment, and replied, 'God's domain lies high above the clouds. Your wings would not be strong enough to take you there.' The owl was very disappointed, and returned to the forest.
Dorothy: Poor thing...
Yoder: Yes, indeed. We shall continue the story some other time.
Dorothy: Some other time? Why?
Yoder: Do you not remember the teachings of Saint Elimine? You must not try to understand things in a hurry. You must think over what you are told and develop your own opinions.
Dorothy: Oh...right. Then please continue the story another day, Bishop Yoder.
Yoder: ...After parting with the owl, Saint Elimine continued on her journey. The next day, an eagle swooped down from the mountain.
Yoder: The eagle asked her, 'I wish to go the land of God. Would you show me the way?' Saint Elimine thought for a moment, and replied, 'God's domain lies in a distant land beyond the night. Your eyes would not be able to guide you through the dark.' The eagle was very disappointed, and returned to the mountain.
Yoder: However, the sympathetic and kind Saint Elimine could not ignore the two birds. She backtracked, and brought the owl and eagle together. She then told them, 'Journey to the land of God together.'
Yoder: Yes. The two birds traveled to God's land togther. The eagle used his powerful wings to carry the owl, and the owl used his great eyes to guide the eagle through the night. Together, they were able to reach God's domain. That is the end of the story. Do you understand, Dorothy?
Dorothy: I've been trying really hard to be a lady, but... Nothing seems to have changed. No one seems to be noticing. So maybe I should just give up...
Dorothy: I'm sorry! I know you were just trying to help me... But it's not your fault! You know, with me, the base isn't very good...
Clarine: Dorothy! That is what's wrong with you!
Clarine: Listen to me. A fine lady must have confidence in herself. No matter how much you dress up, if you do not have faith in yourself, it will all be in vain. You must not degrade yourself like that. Understood?
Clarine: Have confidence in yourself! It is me who is teaching you. Of course you will become a lady one day!
Dorothy: ...Yes, thank you, Lady Clarine...
Clarine: ...And... We are friends now, are we not?
Clarine: Don't call me 'Lady' Clarine. Just call me Clarine.
Dorothy: Oh, right. Okay then, thanks, Clarine!
Clarine: ...A-Ahem! Today we shall go over how to drink tea!