“Remember the time she put the gratitude stickers under all the liquids in the refrigerator?” Finn asked.
“That was because she’d read Masaru Emoto’s water experiments about how emotions affect the molecular structure of water. At the time, Finn, even you seemed to accept that if you were grateful for the water you drank, the water would alter its molecular structure to nurture your body.”
“Hey, I was an eighteen-year-old guy, living in her house, sleeping with her seventeen-year-old daughter. Was I going to question her if she wanted to believe that stickers could change the molecular structure of water?”
“It wasn’t the stickers that changed it—it was the human intention behind the stickers. It was the feeling of gratitude for the water.”
“Her gratitude period. That went on awhile,” Finn said. “And I was politic about it.”
“But you weren’t so politic the time she invited us to take the tree whispering course with her. Let me see, what was it you said to her? Oh, I remember. You told her, ‘I’m definitely in, just shoot me first.’”
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