Daniel finds that he has to be away from home more frequently due to the relocated meetings in the watchtower. He worries about Leah during his absences but is pleased to see that she is unexpectedly growing stronger. She does not tire as easily and is working at her loom more often. She seems to accept the time that he has to spend away from home.
Daniel gives to her the silver talent that had been given to him in payment for her work. Leah is quite pleased, and Daniel realizes his sister has never had any money of her own. She begins to care about...
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