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The terrible weather cleared as soon as Kuman-Po-Guru perished.
The cool breeze of the evening began to blow. All around Ledi people began to wake up slowly. They looked around them with surprise, but of course none of them knew what had actually happened.
They wondered at the rain water on them, but they could not attach it to any thought, and they soon began to chat normally.
The wall of the living-room which had broken was still down, though, and the concerned people began to run towards it in alarm.
Ami Agorkorli suddenly appeared in the space of the wall, pushing her way through the group of people frantically, and Ledi smiled thinly when he saw that she was covered with a glorious force-field.
She ran briskly toward Ledi as Torgbor Agorkorl slowly got to his feet, and Ledi sighed when he saw that the mark of the beast was no longer on the man’s forehead.
Ami saw her husband, and she gave a cry of joy, and with love on her face she ran to him and embraced him tightly. Torgbor also held his wife, and he began to weep pitifully.
“Oh, Ami, my love, forgive me, forgive me!” he wailed. “It wasn’t me! It was a generational curse! That demon was controlling me!”
“It’s okay, my love, my precious!” Ami said, also crying. “We’ll work it out! The servant of God will help us!”
The people who were gathered protectively around the pastor and his wife looked at each other with puzzlement on their faces.
Ami suddenly pushed back and looked at Ledi Pedi.
“Please,” she whispered desperately. “I’ve found my way back to house of my Lord. And I’m bringing Torg with me! Please, how can we get rid of that…that cycle?”
Ledi smiled again and nodded.
“God has taken care of it, lady,” he said slowly. “That curse is broken. The rest is up to you…and him! I do have the feeling that now he is going to be a marvellous pastor, and the two of you will be okay.”
Ami stepped forward suddenly and embraced Ledi hard.
“Thank you, thank you so much!” she whispered.
“Thanks belongs to God,” Ledi said, and then he stepped back and turned away.
“Hey, mister, I don’t remember you telling me your name, please,” Ami said behind him.
“Ledi Pedi,” he said.
She smiled and made a funny face.
“Ahhh! What kind of janjama name is that one too?” she asked.
“Definitely better than Torgbor Agorkorli, if you ask me,” he said.
Ami burst into laughter, and so did her husband.
“Are we going to have that son, Mr. Pedi?” she asked, her face worried.
“Yes, you are,” Ledi said with a sad smile. “I can see him, a fine young man, a true soldier of the Lord, born free. You have happiness ahead of you, Ami Agorkorli, if you and your husband can stay on the straight and narrow path.”
“We will,” Pastor Agorkorli said in an unsteady voice.
“And we’ll name our son after you,” Ami said with a sweet smile. “Ledi Eyram Agorkorli. You’ll be a godfather, Ledi Pedi.”
“I would like that indeed,” he said and gave a small wave. “Bye till later.”
They waved at him, and as he turned away he saw how they reached quickly for each other’s hand.
There were hard times ahead of those two, to ride the storms of life, and live down the horror of Ami’s public humiliation. Nothing could be done about that, really, but he knew they would make it.
Two new hearts had been won for Christ. Most importantly, the generational curse of Kuman-Po-Guru on the Agorkorli family had been broken, and their first son would be born free.
Ledi breathed deeply.
It was a good feeling.
He was back, and the sweet, beautiful Aba Bartels was waiting for him. A quick marriage, and then life would be all exciting and worth living again.
When Ledi got to the car park he noticed with sudden alarm that a huge, black Escalade was parked two cars away from his.
His eyes narrowed suddenly, and he took quick steps toward the car.
Its engine suddenly came to life, and its reverse lights came on.
“Oh, no, you don’t!” Ledi whispered to himself. “Not this time!”
He rushed forward and stood behind the huge car, preventing it from reversing further. It was now hemmed in between two cars. It could not turn round without hitting the other cars. The only way it could reverse was to run Ledi down!
The car’s horn sounded, shrilly, but Ledi stood still.
The car came backward a few inches, as if the driver expected Ledi to jump out of the way, but Ledi stood his ground.
After a while the car moved forward and parked, but still Ledi would not move. They stayed like that for almost five minutes, and when it dawned on the driver that Ledi Pedi would not move, the front door of the Escalade opened, and Yaw Boat stepped out.
Tall, broad of shoulders, masculine and incredibly-handsome, he looked splendid in his black jeans, black T-shirt, white-soled sneakers and cap.
He looked at Ledi with a dark expression.
Ledi Pedi walked slowly toward him with his own dark expression.
“What’s the meaning of this, Boat?” he asked calmly, but inwardly he was suddenly very troubled.
“Speak well, Pedi,” Boat said. “Meaning of what?”
“This, you being here, for Christ’s sake!” Ledi thundered, unable to keep the sudden worry out of his voice. “Were you sent to watch over me? What, I now need a babysitter?”
Yaw Boat leaned against the car and regarded Ledi calmly.
“You’re not that important, Pedi,” he said. “Now, stop acting like a damn baby and let me be. Ain’t got the time to jaw up with you.”
“The hell you ain’t!” Ledi said and stopped close to Yaw Boat. “Look, Boat, you better shoot straight with me, okay? Why did God send you here? Damn, I started being an Unblind when you were still sucking your Mama’s tits!”
“Never sucked her tits, buddy,” Boat said softy. “She died before I could enjoy that privilege.”
“Oh, crap!” Ledi said, instantly filled with remorse. “Sorry, man. But you do understand what I’m going through, right? Sure, I lost my way a bit, but I’m back in the game now. I can take care of myself, Boat. If you were sent here by God, it means I’m no longer trusted, you understand? That is so demoralizing…and it is definitely affecting my confidence right now! And you know an Unblind with no confidence is as good as dead!”
Yaw Boat looked at him, and then he nodded once.
“You did great, Pedi,” he said gently. “You did real well. That move to deceive that vile demon into thinking you lost your verve was a masterpiece. I believe you’re really back now. Hopefully I wouldn’t have to see your ugly mug again.”
He opened the car door again as Ledi was scowling, and then suddenly the truth hit Ledi Pedi, and his eyes went wide with shock.
“Goodness, Boat!” he said with sudden surprise, and a warm glow washed over him as he reached out suddenly and grabbed Yaw Boat’s powerful arm in a friendly grip. “You weren’t sent here, were you? You came by yourself, didn’t you?”
The young man turned his head and looked at Ledi Pedi with hooded eyes.
“Like I said, Pedi, you did real good. Now can I go?”
“You were concerned and worried about me, so you came by yourself to make sure I was okay,” Ledi Pedi said and smiled broadly. “Jesus! You got some nerve, son! But I appreciate the thought. That was the best thing that anybody has ever done for me in a long while.”
Yaw Boat nodded, and a slight smile crossed his handsome features.
“You’re right, I was worried about you,” he said calmly. “Thought you had had enough. I read the mind of that foul thing the last time, and it was filled with evil for you. Came around to see if I would be needed.”
“How long have you been here, Boat?” Ledi asked.
“Was here about two hours before you showed up,” Boat said simply.
It was Ledi’s turn to nod as the young man’s kind gesture suddenly brought a powerful emotion to his heart that threatened to make him shed some tears.
The life of an Unblind was a hard one, battles fought on higher levels that the human mind could not even imagine. It was a level of existence where one shred of doubt, one miscalculation, could lead to sudden and horrible death.
The fact that Boat had seen this, and had come two hours early to help out, if need be, was indeed a great act of love.
What was more important was the fact that Boat had witnessed his fight with Kuman-Po-Guru, and yet had not butted in, but had allowed Ledi to play it out. Ledi knew for a fact that if he had been in any danger at all, Boat would have come to his aid.
In the end, Boat had watched calmly for Ledi to discard of the demon, and build his confidence. That act spoke of even greater love, and greater wisdom.
Ledi held out his hand.
“I’m indebted, Boat,” he said gently. “Can’t thank you enough.”
Yaw Boat sighed and shook Ledi’s hand, and then they embraced quickly.
“Live free, Pedi,” Boat said and climbed into the powerful car.
Ledi Pedi stood near the car and looked at the handsome man’s profile.
“I’ll get married next week, Boat,” he said gently. “To a wonderful woman. Wish you would be there.”
Boat smiled sadly.
“I’ll be there, buddy.”
“Thanks,” Ledi said, and then put a hand through the car’s window and put it on Boat’s shoulder. “The life of an Unblind is hard, Yaw Boat. It is almost impossible without the love of a good woman.”
Yaw Boat glanced sharply at Ledi, and in his eyes blazed sudden anger.
“What’s that supposed to mean, Pedi?”
Ledi was unfazed. He spoke boldly.
“You just found a brother in me, Boat,” he said gently but firmly. “If you need me anywhere, anytime, I’ll come running. So I’ll treat you like a brother. We all heard your story, man, and how you dealt with The Legion, that mass of vindictive demons that we were all scared of. I heard too, that you left a certain woman behind, a certain beautiful Nicole Anderson who loves you very much. If she’s the one God has chosen for you, then you better go back and get her, bro. You need her by your side.”
“Nobody asked you for advice, damn it, Pedi!” Boat said through clenched teeth and angrily started the car.
“Nobody asked you to come here, Boat,” Ledi said and took a step back. “But you did anyway, because you care. Same thing I’m doing here. I care too. Heard that young woman even moved out of Portville because she couldn’t’ stand the pain. Find her, Boat. Find her, and you’ll be a complete Unblind.”
Yaw Boat’s face was screwed up with sudden anguish, and Ledi suddenly knew that he had touched a raw spot.
“Nicole moved out of town?” Boat asked, and his voice was filled with pain.
“That’s what Reverend Dudu told me,” Ledi said softly. “Pastor Paul Anderson, Nicole’s father, told Reverend Dudu. Evidently, she was heart-broken by your departure.”
“She would be,” Boat whispered painfully. “In hurting her, I hurt myself more. But damn it, Pedi! You know what we go through! See what happened to your wife, to your kids, man! That was what I was scared of! Can’t expose Nicole and our children to that s**t!”
“Boat, Boat, Boat!” Ledi said sadly. “What are you saying? She’s already exposed! We’re all exposed to it! These demons do what they want! But at least, with your reputation as a fearful Unblind, she’ll be more protected in your presence than without it! Give it a thought, bro, give it a thought.”
Boat sighed and his jaw set tightly.
Without another word he reversed the car hard, and then he sped off.
“See you later, my brother,” Ledi Pedi said.
He got into his Hummer, and then he left in search of his heart…Aba Bartels.
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