Creation

It is worthy to note when myths become facts.

Creation

Josefina was putting her two beautiful children to bed on board the spaceship Asteria.  Years were not by a calendar anymore but measured instead from when the ship had left earth.  She was the twenty third generation from the exodus.  Still there were connections with the home planet as conveyed by beliefs and truths that were told orally as stories of the past.  Unfortunately time had distorted some of the stories and liberties were taken with what translated into what was believed.  The children had asked her about the story of man.  This is what she told them.

“God was busy the first week.  He made the planets including earth.  Then it was oceans and continents.  Finally he got really busy with a variety of fish, plants and animals.  Now it was time for his greatest creation.

God went to China to the Ural Mountains and taking yellow clay made his first figurine.  Next he went to Utah and the red clay of the Red Mountains and made the second figurine.  Then to Africa to the gorge for black clay for the third.  Finally he went to the White Cliffs of Dover in England, Europe and made the last one.

God then imbued these four figurines with the spirit mixture of earth, wind, fire and water.  He gave each figurine the same proportions of the four elements.  And so God created his main creations in the four corners of the world and called them all:  “Man”

At this point the children nestled down and went to sleep.  This had been the accepted story and who was there to question it.

And thus the myth became a fact worshiped for eternity.

Creation

Josefina was putting her two beautiful children to bed on board the spaceship Asteria. Years were not by a calendar anymore but measured instead from when the ship had left earth. She was the twenty third generation from the exodus. Still there were connections with the home planet as conveyed by beliefs and truths that were told orally as stories of the past. Unfortunately time had distorted some of the stories and liberties were taken with what translated into what was believed. The children had asked her about the story of man. This is what she told them.

 

“God was busy the first week. He made the planets including earth. Then it was oceans and continents. Finally he got really busy with a variety of fish, plants and animals. Now it was time for his greatest creation.

God went to China to the Ural Mountains and taking yellow clay made his first figurine. Next he went to Utah and the red clay of the Red Mountains and made the second figurine. Then to Africa to the gorge for black clay for the third. Finally he went to the White Cliffs of Dover in England, Europe and made the last one.

God then imbued these four figurines with the spirit mixture of earth, wind, fire and water. He gave each figurine the same proportions of the four elements. And so God created his main creations in the four corners of the world and called them all: “Man”

 

At this point the children nestled down and went to sleep. This had been the accepted story and who was there to question it.

JESUS

Jesus

J is for Joy

E is for elegance

S is for savior

U is for You

S is for your spirit.

It is simple and there are no catches, there is just the deep feeling of desire to help. That simple, that pure, and that which so many believe in.

Would you feel more comfortable with Jesus than any other? In his name would you give up something that you know is wrong? Would you give up your cigarettes which blow evil into your lungs?

Would you give up drinking to access and therefore acting poorly and showing a bad example to the children? Would you honor your spouse or your loved ones and do the right things for them?

Would you stay straight and be clean and not worry your family or your co workers?

Would you aid those who need aid and give a helping hand to those in need?

Would you use your influence to be kind and end abuse and bullying?

These things, they are good things and therefore they are the matters of the soul.

These simple things make you pure and will in time give you peace and contentment.

Creation

Josefina was putting her two beautiful children to bed on board the spaceship Asteria. Years were not by a calender anymore but measured instead from when the ship had left earth. She was the twenty third generation from the exodus. Still there were connections with the home planet as conveyed by beliefs and truths that were told orally as stories of the past. Unfortunately time had distorted some of the stories and liberties were taken with what translated into what was believed. The children had asked her about the story of man. This is what she told them.

“ God was busy the first week. He made the planets including earth. Then it was oceans and continents. Finally he got really busy with a variety of fish, plants and animals. Now it was time for his greatest creation.

God went to China to the Ural Mountains and taking yellow clay made his first figurine. Next he went to Utah and the red clay of the Red Mountains and made the second figurine. Then to Africa to the gorge for black clay for the third. Finally he went to the White Cliffs of Dover in England, Europe and made the last one.

God then imbued these four figurines with the spirit mixture of earth, wind, fire and water. He gave each figurine the same proportions of the four elements. And so God created his main creations in the four corners of the world and called them all: “Man”

At this point the children nestled down and went to sleep. This had been the accepted story and who was there to question it.