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In ancient Greece, there were two brothers, Epimetheus and Prometheus, who had annoyed the very powerful, Zeus. As a punichment, Zeus, took away the abitliy for humans to make fire, Prometheus figured out a way how.
Haha Zeus! In your face!
Ahhhhh! Why do you disobey me?
Zeus needed a way to punish them and created a beautiful women from clay named Pandora. She was sent as a gift to Epimetheus. Epimetheus knew she was from Zeus, but since she was so beautiful thought she wouldn't cause any harm and asked her to marry him.
Zeus's plan was working and as a wedding present sent Pandora a beautiful box. There was a catch. Pandora must never open the box and she promised she wouldn't, but she still wondered what was inside.
One day when Pandora couldn't stand it much longer, she went up to the box when she knew Epimetheus wasn't around. She tried to open it, but felt guilty. After 3 more times she tried, but then decided she would just open it.
When Pandora opened the box she expected to see something valuable, but what came out was the most terrible evils Zeus could think of. Poverty, disease, misery, death, and sadness all shaped like little moths. As the bugs came flying out they stung Pandora and she slammed the box.
Epimetheus came in to see Pandora crying in pain. Pandora could hear a voice telling her to open the box. Together, Pandora and Epimetheus, opened the box one more time. Hope flew out of the box and healed Pandora. Eventhough she brought suffering to the world, Hope was there to follow.
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