Here is another blog post of which I’m sure will stir up some controversies regardless of its actual intention. I guess, I’m calling it another fantastical imaginary session. I won’t say what I’m about to spew is actually my belief, because I intend for this piece to be pure fiction. Nonetheless, some people might take this as something real and be offended by it. For me, I imagine this fantasy piece is of science fiction meets fictional Gods.
Anyhow, just imagine in a world that there are many Gods. Before a new God can spring into the existence, God must be born. Before God must be born, a hot soup of universe nourishes the planets, stars, black holes, and countless other energies. In a way, we can imagine that each universe is a womb that nourishes a holy infant. When the universe gives birth to a holy infant, the holy infant would become God eventually. After the birth of a holy infant, the specific universe would cease to exist.
For those who think this is rather offensive to your religion, just think this is a writing of a fantasy, science fictional kind of writing. For those who like to believe if there is some truth to this, you need to know this is just an imagination. Make up yours! OK? This piece isn’t about religion, but it’s more of a fantasy prose where science fiction meets fictional Gods.
Afterthought: In a way, isn’t it cool if a sperm knows that in its entire lifespan, it’s working toward the goal of creating a human being when it penetrates the egg?
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