Day Three Hundred Eighty Two late morning #DiaryoftheEndoftheWorld

Elijah writes:

I paced the deck all night waiting for the hour when I would be allowed to leave the ship. I had to wrestle with the Captain over the issue. Though I won the point I had to agree to return before nightfall.

The price of not having Enoch with me.

Day Three Hundred Forty One #DiaryoftheEndoftheWorld

And His thoughts higher than our thoughts.

Both Elijah and I were newly encouraged that we are indeed on the right path. That we are exactly where we are supposed to be, doing exactly what we were meant to do.

Elijah asked the Purser if there were other followers of Hamashiach among the crew. For sure he was aware of two others, with several other possibles. Then, the thought occurred to me to ask if any crewman bore the mark.

The Purser thought not. For they were never in one place long enough for any government authorities to force the issue. Besides the Captain was very protective of them in that way.

Then he caught himself, perhaps the First Mate.