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The God Factor
By Chuck Finn
Tuesday, December 15, 2009

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The reality game went on for what seemed like eons. Could something like this which was brought to life actually become quite boring? The outcome was predictable as it always had been since its inception. The vastness of a darkened cold existence without senses now brought to feel warmth and comfort. It was good. Like the talking pictures. The brightness of a billion ever in motion lights which so much resembles the stars of the heavens. Yes, the beginning was quite fascinating as it always was. Even adding a touch of wonderous splendor of early realization to the game was predictable. Warning signs flash repeatedly once again. Like annoying pop ups on a computer screen. Once again, they have exhausted all life support systems and doomed failure. There was prayer for salvation .Centuries of mighty kingdoms gone with a stroke of a pen or wave on the hand. A  strategy were for the most part entertaining although the outcome could have been determined at any time. He sighed heavily. 

 He had to give many of them credit to a degree. Freewill. The variable. There had to be some degree of challenge as in any game. The heated debates as to roads to choose. The who, what, when, and of course the whys of the future.  Of course, He could not fail. It was not in his program. To win the game he so designed, everything he created must be in harmony. There is no room for error within his domain. Perhaps next time.  He reached or the delete button. Game over.

 

 

 

 

 


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