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: I'd like to ask your permission to build something. Eline
: Kamin, you've built your telescope, your laboratory, you don't need my permission for something new. Capt. Picard
: In this case, I think I do. Eline
: What is it? Capt. Picard
: A nursery.
: Batai. Batai
: Yes, ma'am. Eline
: Go home. Batai
: Yes, ma'am.
: [collecting Kamin's shoes
] Don't forget these. I won't put them away for you again. Capt. Picard
: [as Kamin
] Yes, ma'am.
: [referring to Picard's "starship"
] Was your life there so much better than this? So much more gratifying, so much more fulfilling, that you cling to it with such stubbornness? Capt. Picard
: Eline... Eline
: It must have been extraordinary. But never in all the stories you've told me... have you mentioned anyone who loved you as I do.
: [on his flute
] When did I learn to play this? Eline
: I'm afraid you never did, dear. You do keep trying.
: Remember... Put your shoes away. Capt. Picard
: I promise.
[Eline passes away
: The rest of us have been gone a thousand years. If you remember what we were, and how we lived, then we'll have found life again. Capt. Picard
[the probe is launched
: Now we live in you. Tell them of us... my darling.