Daniel Hudson

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  • In the beginning there was nothing but God. God was extremely bored, so from nothing he created something. That something was chaos. Chaos entertained him for much time. Eventually, however, he became bored once again since in the end it was all the same. Chaos became order. The chaotic order split in the middle and formed two factions. One faction to be evil and another faction to be good. They separated the world horizontally the line of symmetry the earth was created. Under the earth laid evil and above, good.
  • Between the forces of good and evil on earth there was nothing. But soon it would be thriving with life. Animals ruled the land and the sea and the sky. There was also plants too. God loved animals. He was absolutely fascinated by them. He created hundreds of thousands of them. He made them all to be equal. Some were slow but had armor. Some were fast but weren't very strong. For many years he watched them live there lives peacefully. But eventually he became bored once again. Animals were too dumb and too predictable...
  • And so God created humans in a fit of rage, he was frustrated that time and time again everything bored him. He made humans to be perfect. He made them in his image. He made them chaotic and sadistic. He saw them pillage the land and killing everything in there paths. God realized what a mistake he made. God had matured form when he would find enjoyment in such heinous acts but in a fit or rage returned to his old ways.
  • He was very ashamed of his actions and so fell into a great depression. God was so depressed that he left our world and our existence possibly in search of a new life. Since then humans have changed slightly but disrespect the earth and its creatures and creatures.  
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