On August 4, 2074, God appeared on a mountain in Colorado. For some reason, he’d failed to notify the networks, so they had to rush in drones and choppers with cameras and interrupt regularly scheduled programming and go live to the whole planet very quickly.
He was tall and wide. He was wearing a white robe. His hair was wild and long and gray, and his beard was silver.
The first thing he said was, “I’m from El Salvador and I need a place to stay”
Then he laughed and muttered, “Joke.”
“But really,” he continued, “you people amaze me. Why haven’t you been paying attention to artists for the past ten thousand years? What’s wrong with you? Sure, I created the universe and laid down all the natural laws, but that was a provisional thing. It wasn’t meant to be permanent. Space, time, energy, law of conservation, the basics…but that was just to give you a place to live. Ever since, though, you’ve been fixated on it.
Pressing Refresh Notes:
Just something I read and thought was an interesting perspective.