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Panel 1: Maida and her aunt sit on a cot in a military grade tent. Ujana: "We can try to get it back. They must have parents we can talk to." Maida: "No, it's okay."
Panel 2: Maida, a little sadly: "The ball didn't belong to anybody. That means it belongs to everybody, right?"
Panel 3: Maida: "Fighting over it would be selfish. I don't want to fight anyone." Her aunt kisses her on her forehead. Ujana: "How did I get so lucky to have such a kind, thoughtful niece?"
Panel 4: Cut back to the present with Maida sitting at the foot of the statue. Narrator: "Who was that girl? Who am I now?"
Panel 5: Narrator: "How can a war and a refugee camp change me so little, and Earth change me so much?"
Panel 6: Maida readjusts her hijab. Narrator: "It doesn't matter. The past was another planet. I have to learn to make do with this one."
Panel 7: She looks up angrily at the statue of Sonder Khemani. Narrator: "Screw you, Sonder Khemani. I can have a heart of stone, too. Your planet can't break me."