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I have a dream that one day even the state of Mississippi, a state sweltering with the heat of injustice, sweltering with the heat of oppression, will be transformed into an oasis of freedom and justice.

I have a dream that one day even the state of Mississippi a state sweltering with the heat of injustice sweltering with the heat of oppression will be transformed into an oasis of freedom and justice

It s called the Oasis of the Seas, and it s the biggest cruise ship ever built.

The Oasis is five times bigger than the Titanic.

The Oasis was built in a shipyard in Finland. However, its home port is in Florida.

The Oasis is truly like a city on the sea.

The Oasis is also the first cruise ship to have a living park.

However, the Oasis was designed to be very easy to operate.

But the Oasis has four special propellers on the sides that help it turn.

He lives at the Al Fayoum oasis, his friend had said.

Once obstacles were overcome, it returned to its course, sighting on a star that indicated the location of the oasis.

It's going to test the caravan's every step to see if it's in time, and, if it is, we will make it to the oasis.

The caravan would be very lucky to reach the oasis.

It's the oasis, said the camel driver.

The times rush past, and so do the caravans, thought the alchemist, as he watched the hundreds of people and animals arriving at the oasis.

People were shouting at the new arrivals, dust obscured the desert sun, and the children of the oasis were bursting with excitement at the arrival of the strangers.

the oasis, rather than being just a well surrounded by a few palm trees as he had seen once in a geography book was much larger than many towns back in Spain.

The men of the oasis wanted to know if they had seen any fighting, and the women competed with one another for access to the cloth and precious stones brought by the merchants.

The group was to remain there at the oasis until the conflict between the tribes was over.

The oasis may not shelter armies or troops.

An alchemist would probably live in a manner that was different from that of the rest of the people at the oasis, and it was likely that in his tent an oven was continuously burning.

They searched everywhere, and found that the oasis was much larger than they could have imagined; there were hundreds of tents.

The Englishman didn't want to tell others about his reasons for being at the oasis, and couldn't make up his mind.

Good afternoon, ma'am. I'm trying to find out where the alchemist lives here at the oasis.

If such a man is here at the oasis, he must be the very powerful one, said the old man after thinking for a few moments.

Don't try to enter into the life of the oasis, he said, and walked away.

When he had been at the oasis for about a month, the leader of the caravan called a meeting of all of the people traveling with him.

I have been waiting for you here at this oasis for a long time.

He wandered for a while, keeping the date palms of the oasis within sight.

As it did so, a sudden, fleeting image came to the boy: an army, with its swords at the ready, riding into the oasis.

But he certainly didn't desire that an army invade the oasis.

Once again, he perceived the many languages in the things about him: this time, the desert was safe, and it was the oasis that had become dangerous.

The boy approached the guard at the front of the huge white tent at the center of the oasis.

One by one, the campfires were extinguished, and the oasis fell as quiet as the desert.

The oasis is neutral ground. No one attacks an oasis, said a third chieftain.

The Tradition says that an oasis is neutral territory, because both sides have oases, and so both are vulnerable.

The boy made ready to leave, but the old man spoke again: Tomorrow, we are going to break the agreement that says that no one at the oasis may carry arms.

When the boy left the tent, the oasis was illuminated only by the light of the full moon.

They wanted to save the oasis.

Tomorrow all of you will die, because there are more men at the oasis than you have.

The mounted troops entered the oasis from the north; it appeared to be a peaceful expedition, but they all carried arms hidden in their robes.

The men of the oasis surrounded the horsemen from the desert and within half an hour all but one of the intruders were dead.

Were it not for the bodies there on the ground, it would have appeared to be a normal day at the oasis.

The commander said that his men had been starving and thirsty, exhausted from many days of battle, and had decided to take the oasis so as to be able to return to the war.

He repeated his story about Joseph of Egypt, and asked the boy to become the counselor of the oasis.

The alchemist dismounted from his horse, and signaled that the boy should enter the tent with him. It was a tent like many at the oasis.

They could no longer see the palms of the oasis–only the gigantic moon above them, and its silver reflections from the stones of the desert.

I want to stay at the oasis, the boy answered.

You'll be the counselor of the oasis.

You'll use your knowledge for the welfare of the oasis and its inhabitants.

You'll walk around, night after night, at the oasis, and Fatima will be unhappy because she'll feel it was she who interrupted your quest.

Because what kept you at the oasis was your own fear that you might never come back.

They mounted their horses, and this time it was the boy who followed the alchemist back to the oasis.

The wind brought the sounds of the oasis to them, and the boy tried to hear Fatima's voice.

The Arab returned to his tent to sleep, proud to have helped the counselor of the oasis, and happy at having enough money to buy himself some sheep.

The boy was no longer at the oasis, and the oasis would never again have the same meaning it had had only yesterday.

From that day on, the oasis would be an empty place for her.

He lost his fear, and forgot about his need to go back to the oasis, because, one afternoon, his heart told him that it was happy.

Within that small part, he had found an Englishman, caravans, tribal wars, and an oasis with fifty thousand palm trees and three hundred wells.

A full moon rose again in the starry sky: it had been a month since he had set forth from the oasis.

If he wanted to, he could now return to the oasis, go back to Fatima, and live his life as a simple shepherd.