We went out and sat in the shade, I noticed the pigeons practicing flying.
I looked at El Senor Dulce Pantalones to see what was it that he was trying to tell me...
and I understood that he said "Read my thoughts".
El Senor Hinchados Pantalones said, "Read my thoughts too!"
I took a chance and decided to read this to them:
"In contemplating the supreme importance of the task now challenging the entire world, we bow our heads in humility before the awesome majesty of the divine Creator, Who out of His infinite love has created all humanity from the same stock; exalted the gem-like reality of man; honoured it with intellect and wisdom, nobility and immortality; and conferred upon man the "unique distinction and capacity to know Him and to love Him", a capacity that "must needs be regarded as the generating impulse and the primary purpose underlying the whole of creation."
We hold firmly the conviction that all human beings have been created "to carry forward an ever-advancing civilization"; that "to act like the beasts of the field is unworthy of man"; that the virtues that befit human dignity are trustworthiness, forbearance, mercy, compassion and loving-kindness towards all peoples. We reaffirm the belief that the "potentialities inherent in the station of man, the full measure of his destiny on earth, the innate excellence of his reality, must all be manifested in this promised Day of God." These are the motivations for our unshakeable faith that unity and peace are the attainable goal towards which humanity is striving." (The Promise of World Peace_1985)
They did not object to the reading and I felt good and asked them to gather for collective kiss making.