EVEN GOD WANTED A COMPANION

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Being alone seems to be disliked even by God.  After all, what good is to be the master of the universe if you don’t have anybody to share it with? It is a sentiment most of us can relate to…

EXCERPT 2, from “Jesus Smith and the Ordinary Wonders”.

The universe was a cornucopia of wonders the Creator wanted to share with a companion—not a perfect puppet but a superior being validated by its choices.

The dislike for solitude was another trait destined to be passed onto us.

The angels were the first draft, forged from fire and so powerful that one-third of them rebelled to follow proud Lucifer, the morning star, the first to have been created and the most beautiful among them. As a consequence, they were precipitated from the heavens, their long fall ended by Earth, a tiny green planet among the myriads below.

Like a meteorite shower, they hit the surface and made it open into craters, as if the ground had been repulsed by their touch…

Religion, History, Philosophy, common believes, and even the realm of legends and fairy tales are often strings of the same mane.

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