How was Daniel feeling when he left Hezron's house and headed back toward the mountain?

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Daniel feels completely miserable. Forbidden to ever return to Hezron’s home, Daniel forlornly heads back up the mountain. He also does not look forward to telling Rosh that he has failed to enlist Joel’s help in the cause. But even more than he dreads telling Rosh, he is more hurt by what he thinks is the loss of his first true friend, Joel. (Ch 6)

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