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In this short story, you will explore what it might be like to have a conversation with God. You will explore what it might be like to have a spiritual conversation with an omnipotent being, and what you might ask of Him.

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Once upon a time, there was an all-powerful entity who existed beyond time and space. They had no name or gender, but simply went by the title of God. God had been watching over the universe for millions of years, and had grown lonely, as there was not a single other creature like them in the entire expanse of creation. It was then that God decided to create life. First, they created a vast expanse of stars and planets, and from these celestial bodies, a full world was born. Then, God created the plants and animals, each unique and special in its own way. And lastly, God created humans, from the dust of the Earth, and with them, God shared a piece of their divine spark. This spark granted humans the ability to reason and think for themselves, to question and to strive for a better world. The humans were special, and God bore them a deep and overwhelming love, so much that He decided to come down to Earth and join them in life. He chose to take the form of a simple human being and walk among them, not unlike what He had done to Abraham in the Bible. God lived among the humans, experiencing life, joy and sorrow along with them. He watched with pride as the humans flourished and built civilizations and empires, though He also wept with them in their misfortunes. He showed them that no matter what, there was always love and hope, and that He was always with them. With God in their lives, humanity flourished, and no longer felt so alone and isolated. They were filled with a sense of hope and purpose, knowing that there was someone greater out there who loved and watched over them. God eventually returned to the heavens, but He left the people with the reminder that He would always be there when they needed Him. He was no longer an entity beyond the stars, but a God of love who is with us always.

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Feb. 19, 2023, 9:03 p.m.

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Published: Sunday, February 19, 2023