Ok, as for something to think about. I want to know all the reasons possible for Muad'Dib's innability to make the sacrifice. I know love was one of the reason. Why did he fear immortality so? It seems like an unfatherly thing to do to leave it to his son. I don't think it was because of Paul's prescience becasue Leto II had it also. Why couldn't Muad'Dib have made himself what his son became? If he wanted, he could have become a tyrant and brought Chani back and made her immortal like himself. He could have made his entire staff immortal. What was going on inside him that turned him away from the sacrifice? Why did he fail? Leave some footprints. THX!