Glenda walked into the institute and a wave of peace washed over her. It always gave her peace to be here more than anywhere else in the galaxy. Funny how far she had come since those days eons ago. She still woke up gripped by pain and terror at what she had lost, but coming to the institute daily was like a balm to my wound. Although the wound in her heart still festered but somehow working in the childrens institute was glimpsing salvation for her desolate soul. She could never be able to forgive herself for what had happened, even death had not given her rest. But in dying she had found herself reborn in this world as an orphan.

It was a completely different world from the one she came from. It was a great shock when she woke up and found herself in the body of a six year old orphan on this planet called Oria, whose parents had just died fighting for the galactic federation army in distant planets. The shock of finding herself in a world which seemed completely different to blue star not only in terms of technology but also in the genetic makeup of carbon beings here was enough to keep her in numbed shock. This was of course mistaken for grief by the guardians who were put in charge of her until Glenda came of age at twenty one years old.

Because Glendas parents had been martyrs for the galactic federation, she would receive a huge sum of compensation enough to spend several lifetimes over as in dying her parents had secured a high resource mineral vein for the federation and had left all their belongings to their only child. Her parents had been pathfinders whose work was to find resources across the galaxy and sell them to the government. As Glenda came into contact with this new world she marveled at how intelligent these aliens were. At first she thought she had gone to the future but as she got in touch with the history of the worlds in this galaxy she realized that she had come to a completely alien world. There was no connection with blue star humans apart from both being carbon beings and having similar evolution processes. It seemed that this place was eons of time ahead of blue star.

The technology was so advanced that one could implant intelligent systems into their own brain, of course this was all very expensive and only a privileged select had such access. It seemed class distinction existed everywhere. For the next ten years, Glenda kept to herself as she grew and followed all the instructions her parents had left to her guardians. It was really no hardship for her as she was not a child and learning what her parents had arranged for her kept her from thinking of the mistakes of her last life. In this way she learnt all the feminine courses arranged for her by her parents.

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