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What do you mean by all things?

You fail to grasp the very beginning of what I said; for apparently you do not understand the word “all.”

No, I do not.

I mean you and me among the “all,” and the other animals besides, and the trees.

What do you mean?

If one should say that he would make you and me and all other created beings.

What would he mean by “making”? Evidently you will not say

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