Life & Death Are Best Friends

Posted: March 7, 2012 in Uncategorized
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Here’s the story of two great friends. One’s called Life, the other one is called Death. They’re about the same age, same height, same build, same complexion, all of that. Not to mention they are completely inseparable.

No one knows why Life and Death are such great friends. Quite literally they are polar opposites. Yet Life’s mother, Mrs. Nature, and Death’s Father, Mr. Time, both say that the universe cannot exist or thrive without them.

Life was created to bring his mother’s physical creations into being. She explained to Life that each living being or entity that he brings into existence serves a purpose. Once that purpose has been served, then their is no longer a need for that creation to exist physically. At which point Mr. Time sends his son Death to meet and bring an end to Nature’s creation.

At first, Life didn’t like the notion of these beautiful creations being terminated. All he wanted was to preserve their existence. Life saw no need for Death. He thought that Death brought nothing but pain and sorrow. It wasn’t until his mother explained to him that her creations never truly died, they just ceased to exist physically where they were born. The energy of these creations are either resurrected in the cosmic plant for use in other areas of the universe or they will made anew in a new physical host in the same place they were.

Only a creation that fails to live up to its purpose no matter where they are in the universe will be completely removed from existence.

Mrs. Nature then told her son about the great cosmic imbalance that had to be harmonized. Once before, many millennia ago, Nature’s creations came to be but never ceased to exist. Those creations that gained intelligence saw that existence had no real purpose. They grew in size, population, and intelligence. Soon there was nothing but war, pain, strife, and unhappiness all across the cosmos. The energetic forces that held the “stitches” of the universe together started to fade away allowing the stitches to rip thereby tearing the very fabric of the universe apart.

The rulers of the universe (Time, Space, Nature, Vibe, Math, and Intelligence) needed a means to bring balance back to the cosmos. Mr. Time decided to introduce his own creation: Death. Mrs. Nature explained that, at first, she saw no need for Death. However, Math and Intelligence knew that Death’s existence would bring purpose to Nature’s creations, but in order for this to work, Nature would have to have to bring her creations into being without the power of cosmic manifestation, which was Nature’s usual means of bringing her creations into being.

So Nature created Life and Life gave each one of her creations a purpose before succumbing to Death. Once Death was brought upon Nature’s original creations, Life came into the comsic plant and took the energies of some of the dead creations (the ones that remained faithful to purpose), and infused them with some of Nature’s newest creations. Soon, with the aid of Mr. Time, balance was restored to the cosmos and the fabric of the universe was “stitched” back together.

Once balanced was restored, Mrs. Nature and Mr. Time introduced Life and Death to one another, for they were never to meet until the universe had harmony again (which pleased Dr. Vibe immensely).

At first, Life felt Death was a crass and senseless being. Death felt Life was petty and juvenile. Their friendship came to be after they both planned and executed great cosmic prank. It wasn’t funny to Nature, Time, or any of the other rulers of the Universe, but both Life and Death thought it was hilarious. After awhile, Life and Death’s bond grew so strong, they became inseparable.

Now anywhere in the universe that Life goes, Death follows and is never far away and vice versa.


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