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This is a paragraph from a little essay I was reading. My concern is the last sentence.

Dorothy, your eyes see deep down, important things. Your ears hear silent things, your world is set to music. Oh, if God left something out of you, it was only to fill it with himself.

My question:

What do(es) the red and the green it refer to respectively?

Thanks in advance!
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Hi, CJ
But there is something completely wrong with the second it, ...
How would you reword the original sentence "If God left something out of you, it was only to fill it with himself"
A pathological case
means a problem example?
not for the faint of heart
=not be for the faint-hearted ? Same meaning?

Many thanks!

Maple
Possible rewording:
If God left something out of you, it was only to fill the space with Himself.
<>Pathological - not working right; defective; sick! So, a problem example, yes!

<>It's not for the faint of heart = It's not for the faint-hearted. Yes.
CJ
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I get it now.

Cordial Thanks and Best Regards to You!

Maple