October 7, 2010


From that day forth, the Giant and the Mite did very little; for each wanted to do such different things that they seldom agreed.   Only once in a great while they forgot they were two and not one, and wanted to do the same thing. When that happened, the Angels held their breath until the Giant and the Mite remembered themselves again, and the danger was past.  

E. Farjeon, "The Giant and the Mite"