How would you interpret the last sentence?
God has no better card to play than an April day, a well-tuned car, a world with nothing so wrong in it really, if a lomo adobado could still be cooked to such perfection, consumed to excess, distributed thereafter between a working Philco refrigerator and two happy, useless cats. And all of it left behind, dishes still in the sink. The mountain parkway is open to the west now, a skyline viaduct to the Great Smokies, they finished it just for us. Tommy and me. We were quite sure of that. The tunnels are no longer blind, they all go somewhere. You arrive at the other side.
How would you interpret the last sentence “You arrive at the other side”?
Thanks. And this excerpt is taken from The Lacuna by Kingsolver.