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As Spock walked into the transportation room he noticed Chief Engineer Scott at the energizing station. "Mr. Scott," he began. "You are not in engineering."

Scotty just barely managed to refrain from rolling his eyes at Spock's obvious statement. "Well, Mr. Spock, if you were to take shore leave more often you would know that I always help out in the transportation room around this time. A lot of people need to be beaming down and to a lot of different places."

"Of course," Spock said. "That does seem most logical."

"Indeed it does," Scotty agreed. "So where shall I take you Mr. Spock?"

"I would like to be beamed directly to the home of the ambassador. I trust those coordinates are already known."

"Aye, sir." Scotty said as Spock took his place on the pad. "Ready to energize on your signal."

"Energize."

"Energizing."

Spock reappeared in front of a large Vulcan home. He took in his surroundings briefly before heading towards the house.

"Spock," he heard to his left. He turned to see a familiar face.

"Ambassador," he greeted.

"I was not expecting you. I knew of the Enterprise's arrival to this planet. However, I expected to see Jim greet me."

"I am sorry for the intrusion," Spock apologized. "I should have asked before arriving."

"Nonsense, Spock. I was merely surprised, not annoyed. Please, come in." Spock followed his older self into his home. "Although I am curious as to why you have come. Questions about your future? You know I will not answer and even if I were to, due to the changes between this universe and my own, I would be of little help to you." The two continued walking until they reached what looked like a living room. "Please, take a seat."

"My questions are of the present, not the future," Spock began. "I," He hesitated. "I wish to speak to you again about Captain Kirk."

Spock was once again interrupted. "Jim," the ambassador corrected.

"Yes. Jim."

"You've spent quite some time working beside him. Have your initial impressions of him changed."

Spock was quick to answer. "No. He is without a doubt the most stubborn and illogical human I have ever come across."

"I see."

"However," Spock continued. "I find myself not quite as," He had to search for the right word. "Vexed with these traits as I was once. I have come to understand the Captain in a way that I did not think possible."

The ambassador chuckled. "That," he stated. "Is Jim Kirk. The most fascinating man in the universe."

Spock was quiet for a moment. "I agree," he said with a tilt of his head.

"So what is the exact nature of your request to speak with me? Surely you could speak with Dr. McCoy or even Jim himself if this was a work related matter."

"This is most definitely work related," Spock began to explain. "However, it is not something I wish to discuss with anyone else." The ambassador remained silent, waiting for Spock to continue. "I find myself not only fascinated with the Captain, but also, captivated." Even when talking to himself, Spock felt uncomfortable revealing his thoughts of Kirk.

"Excuse the interruption, Spock, but I do not understand how you consider this work related."

"My fascination with the Captain has begun to negatively affect my productivity."

The ambassador smiled again. "What you mean to say is, you think about Jim when you should be working."

Spock seemed as embarrassed as a Vulcan could. "Not by choice, I assure you."

The ambassador's smile never left. "This is exactly how my love for Jim began."

By now, Spock was very uncomfortable. "Love is not how I would describe this feeling."

"But you will," The elder Vulcan replied. "I, too, denied my feelings. As a Vulcan I knew that they were an unnecessary complication. I continued to deny myself until the day that Jim died." That is when his smile disappeared. "Do not make the same mistakes as me, Spock. The circumstances have changed; the universe has given us both a second chance."

"I do not understand," Spock said, confusion written all over his face.

"My entire life I was driven by my Vulcan heritage. It was not until I met James Kirk that I began to explore my human side."

"That is true for me as well," the young Spock agreed.

"However, we do not lead the same life. You have the chance to change things. The destruction of Vulcan has changed you. You will not be the same man that I was. Your emotions have been stirred at a point far earlier in your life than mine. This will give you the drive you need to pursue a lasting relationship with Jim."

Spock tried to take in all the information that his elder self was providing. "I'm not sure that a relationship with the Captain is something that I want."

"Well," the ambassador began. "I do not have the answers to everything. You will need to decide what it is that you want by yourself. But, if I may, I advise that you speak to Jim. Tell him of your newly developing feelings. Jim is a trustworthy man. He will not condemn you and he will not abandon you."

Spock nodded. "I will take that under consideration." The two Vulcans spent the next few minutes discussing the new planet that was now home to the surviving Vulcans. They continued to change subject matter until Spock decided it was time to return to the Enterprise. "Thank you, ambassador, you have been most helpful."

"It was my pleasure, Spock. Live long and prosper."

"You as well." Spock opened his communicator and contacted the Enterprise. "Mr. Scott this is Spock to beam up."

"Aye, sir," the voice of Scotty was heard. "Beaming now." And with that, Spock was reunited with the Enterprise.

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