speck of dust."
"Kiritori goto wa bushi no narai" [Slaughter and robbery are a knight's practice], answered Jurobei, "has been the samurai's motto from ancient times. For the sake of my lord I will stop at nothing. I will even become a robber. In token of my determination, from this hour I change my name Jurobei to Ginjuro. Nothing shall deter me in my search for the sword. To prosecute my search I will enter any houses, however large and grand they may be. Rest assured, my lord. I will be responsible for the finding of the sword."
"That is enough," returned his master. "You have taken the lives of these two men--escape before you are seized and delivered up to justice."
"I obey, my lord! May all go well with you till I give you a sign that the sword is found."
"Yes, yes, have no fear for me. Take care of yourself, Jurobei!" answered Shusen.
Jurobei prostrated himself at his master's feet.
"Farewell, my lord!"
And Shusen Sa