but he gave her an awl. She was very thankful to him and took the awl. Up to that time a stab of an awl was very bad and the needle''s stab was no harm but from that time on it was the other way about.
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9. Why the wasp should be killed and the cricket spared.At Our Lord's time all the animals and birds and insects were able to talk as well as a person. So when the Jews were searching for Him they met a cricket and a wasp on the road and they asked them if they saw Our Lord passing. As it happened He was only after passing and the wasp said "sndiú sndiú" [?] meaning that he passed that day. The cricket anyway did not want him to be caught and it said "snbé snbé" [?] meaning that He passed yesterday and
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