Havim, the Wind God
Since the beginning, Havim has never been known to take shape. His voice, that of a young boy, around 8 or 9 years old, has often been heard by young children. He worries for kids left on their own and often makes it his business to look out for them, which has led to the formation of the Good Listeners over the millennia.
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~ Wilson Mizner
The Good Listeners have been traveling the roads for as long as there have been people, and they go everywhere. This is because wherever there are people, there will be children who are alone, overlooked, or abandoned. Despite their difficult circumstances, such children are not alone. Havim comes to them as a voice on the wind. He warns them of danger and helps them to keep from getting lost, and so children alone and in need of help learned to become Good Listeners.
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