Well, here are my thoughts about Sarina/Julian:
If she's serious about her "current occupation", there are two possibilities--
Sarina will come to feel guilt over decieving, using, and seducing Julian, which will grow and grow, until she can't take it any more. Whether she leaves Section 31 in disgust, or just confesses to Julian about it all, or just tells her superior that she can't do the mission anymore (and therefore leaves Julian, with some "it's not you, it's me")...
However you look at it, she can't in good conscience continue her relationship with Julian, because of all the deciet.
Again, it causes Julian to do some soul-searching.
, on the other hand, she's faking it all--
But even putting all that aside, if
she's faking it all--
Thus...however you look at it--Ezri's on to something in Chapter 6. Julian's in over his head with Sarina. For whatever reason...he's just too blind to see it.
"The saying implies but does not name the effective agency of its supposed utopia.... 'Needs and abilities' are, of course, subjective. So the operative statement may be reduced to 'the State shall take, the State shall give'."