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Sempiternal

+ WARNING: This page contains the full outline of a novel I am writing by the name of “Sempiternal”. Reading this outline will spoil the story in whole.

1. becomes god when he dies

- wakes up in a black void

- travels through the black toward a white dot

- the white dot expands to fill his whole field of view

2. appears in a white void

- black dot disappears into the distance

- finds it difficult to adjust due to the lack of a horizon

- walks around on exploring the nothingness

3. thinks about a mirror and it appears

- views his reflection in the mirror

- marvels how nice that he now has something to compare his position to

- walks around the mirror to view the back side

4. realizes he can will things into existence

- makes a cube structure

- makes a room fully furnished

- turns on the tv to find programs he has never watched but remembers thinking he could

5. practices his powers of creation

- takes appart the telivision, electronics are there, rips open the wall, wires go to electrical boxes (logic)

- changes his appearence in the mirror

- looks into distance to find a vision of what he imagines

6. creates something he has always wanted

- makes a field

- makes a home on a vast field

- the house of an architect with a personal library

7. creates everything he has ever wanted

- material objects

- steaks and food

- sex and women

8. spends a long time enjoying his powers of creation

- creates a vast library of books

- lives the lives of characters from books

- does so from the prospective of other characters

9. realizes he does not know how long he has been here

- reflects on living and expiencing

- he has skills and talents he has earned through experience

- he marvels at all he has learned

10. wishes to keep track of his time

- has no method of keeping time

- finds a method by creating physics

- creates a clock

11. the clock

- it has numbers and dials and gears

- it is a complex machine, basically magic

- it will expand as time passes

12. it is a great device

- he realizes how creative he has become

- he wonders what else he can accomplish

- he has a renewed spirit, and wants to create

13. he is alone again

- it never occured to him he was alone here

- in the books he had so many people to interact with

- he wants that back again

14. before he does that he needs a new home

- he doesn't want to will it in, that is lazy

- he wants to create it the hard way with real work

- he has all the time in the world

15. desires a place of his own

- he knows he cannot really fail, his mind wouldn't allow him to

- a place strong fit for a god

- stone carved by hand laid by hand

16. begins to design

- the mirror is the center of it all

- the layout of the building

- the clock is important to, it will be in his throne room

17. creates a building

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18. begins to enjoy creation

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19. realizes how creative he actually is

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20. makes himself more appealing

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21. creates a throne of gold and subordinates

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22. makes statues and monuments of himself and subordinates

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23. there is still not enough space

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24. beings have no enjoyments because they have yet to be created

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25. begins to create more buildings

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26. changes the beings to not need food or water and do not wast

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27. color codes everything for efficiency

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28. makes the beings more beautiful more equal

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29. designs what he thinks is perfect

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30. creates more enjoyments parks, places where things are free

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31. optimizes performance

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32. develops metropolis with city centers and kind people

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33. creates a city

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34. people cannot exit the city because they cannot perceive the existence.

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35. people desire exploration starts with the planning of environment

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36. thinks about what earth has that he always wanted to explore

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37. develops and area around the city, and environment on a flat space

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38. creates animals, plants

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39. there are now hazards in the environment

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40. people can he harmed by animals and plants and the environment itself

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41. realizes that people can still die

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42. people have no control over their deaths

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43. dead people will reduce numbers and be things he has to clean up

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44. sure they beings can do it, but his perfect world will be tainted by death

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45. contemplates that if they die they will be sad, thus imperfect

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46. thinks about eliminating sadness

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47. begins to wonder if he is capable of making people immortal

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48. tests a being for immortality

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49. populates the city with immortal life

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50. immortals begin to create places of their own

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51. immortals give rise to their own creations

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52. immortals create an diversify

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53. immortal life begins taking unnecessary risks

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54. they walk over lava, they aren't threatened by anything

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55. they reproduce quickly an occupy their space

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56. they do not believe anything has the power to kill them

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57. immortal life has no issue discovering an exploring

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58. they try to find their limits of exploration

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59. they find their borders by they see nothing post them

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60. they begin to occupy all of the space in their area

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61. immortal life reaches its limit quickly, starts building up

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62. perhaps he should expand the border of influence

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63. god assumes that they should live on a spherical world like he had

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64. starts to create outside of the boundary, the immortals see and get excited

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65. creates a world sphere that is not flat

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66. it is a perfect sphere which they can not explore

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67. it is a uniform sphere without much texture

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68. creates oceans water and texture

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69. creates individual biomes

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70. could make something easy for life to live in but gives immortals something to do by it

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71. makes the earth living and interesting everywhere

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72. his creation is becoming more grandiose than he could have imagined

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73. describes how his creation was better than earth

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74. life is not at risk because his chosen people are immortal

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75. its bigger, stronger, prettier

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76. the immortals start to enjoy themselves and what was created for them

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77. reveals in his own power

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78. immortals begin to wonder how all of these great things came into being

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79. his creations don't need much to keep themselves safe

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80. there are petty disputes amongst the immortals who should have what new land

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81. admires the world he just created

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82. there is not war so the immortals share the land with all people

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83. does much more detailing changes over time

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84. the allow enough room for each new immortal to grow and develop

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85. looks at the clock he created it shows many digits in “years”

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86. the immortals expand endlessly they give in to worldly desires

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87. the immortals have went around their world

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88. they have created technologies

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89. realizes his creations will want to eventually leave their world

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90. perhaps creating many new worlds is the way to go

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91. the boundary is not clear to them, but they may feel caged

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92. it doesn't take long for the immortals to reach their boundary

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93. their desire for exploration is insatiable

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94. it is time to create more for them

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95. creates a sun planets and moons

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96. makes it detailed enough in the short term for them to remain interested

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97. creates the stars

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98. the immortals revel in their new horizons, did we not notice this before

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99. god becomes an active force in the lives of the immortals

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100. some of the immortals believe in the god others do not

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101. makes the stars attract into groups

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102. star creation in this universe is not violent because god powers

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103. gravity attracts the objects bringing them into groups

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104. its not interesting to have balls of dust and gas

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105. stars should form galaxies like his home

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106. vortexes of infinite doom might make the immortals realize they can “die”

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107. makes things spin, spinning things give awe to the immortals

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108. the spin is arbitrary and unexplained, the immortals will find some way to explain it

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109. the number of galaxies should be enormous, but not infinite

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110. he wants to make sure he can insure the comfort of everyone

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111. makes it big but finite so he has watch over his creations

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112. infinite creations means an infinite number of beings to oversee

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113. describes how the universe reacts

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114. the universe is a force of containment that makes the immortals believe in infinity

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115. the universe expands as he needs allowing room to improve

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116. expansion is controlled by his will but the immortals cannot see the boundary

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117. places the entire universe into a sphere

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118. if the immortals reach the boundary they will appear on the inverse of their finite universe

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119. creates other immortal races that they may one day meet

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120. they do not believe in a power higher than themselves

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121. makes the universe watchable from the safety of his palace of his first world

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122. he makes sure they see his power they still do not believe

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123. he creates direct subordinates workers for him, so he does not have to answer people

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124. he removes a few from existence, the immortals start to believe

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125. his subordinates praise him for his achievement

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126. his subordinates are given extraordinary power but may only change if the man wills

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127. finishing touches and fleshing are carried out with help from his new subordinates

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128. they work far more quickly, the subordinates keep alot of the workload off

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129. finishes creation of the universe

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130. the subordinates create subordinates which develops a chain of command

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131. makes changes to things over time

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132. subordinates create new areas as immortals expand

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133. watches the universe and sees over it for a long long time

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134. immortal beings have no need to be creative

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135. immortal beings never create anything new

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136. universe begins to strain under the forces the god has created

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137. realizes that the universe could end and will try to halt its destruction

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138. expansion of the universe causes things to compress in the middle

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139. the expansion is causing the problem

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140. closing expansion will fix the problem but will cause them to overpopulate

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141. the only way his immortal beings can die is if they are removed from existence

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142. overpopulation will make the immortal beings uncomfortable

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143. realizes he is not the only thing with the power to remove something from existence

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144. things he creates can be capable of everything he is

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145. make sure the universe will not end and will be perfect

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146. the expansion was made to be automatic an is now manual

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147. the universe will remain stationary, he assigns someone to expand it manually as needed

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148. this only delays the problem

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149. much longer period of time passes

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150. the immortals slow down their actions as even newer discoveries become pointless

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151. nothing has changed and action in the universe dies down

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152. there is nobody to assist him in creation

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153. he begins to feel lonely

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154. there is nobody to bounce ideas from, is subordinates are only parts of himself

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155. there is universal unity, everyone cooperates, everyone populates

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156. they work together an efficiency takes its hold until they become drones to their creations

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157. after such a long time he looks at his clock the numbers stretch out of his view

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158. stops them from reproducing to prevent the need for expansion

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159. becomes bored with his greatest creation

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160. his greatest creation is really his only creation

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161. creates a godlike wife

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162. he should have created something as great as him

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163. designs every aspect of her

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164. lust takes him over and he creates what he has always wanted

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165. molds her appearance to an ideal form

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166. she is the form of people he found most attractive

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167. she knows not everything he knows

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168. she is taught the ways of creation

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169. wife wonders why she was created

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170. the man spends much time explaining his feelings

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171. for love, companion ship, to assist creation

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172. barely knows what love is

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173. she was created to love the man

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174. realizes that there are other people to love

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175. why must she love him, why not love anyone else

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176. why can she not go somewhere else in this infinite place

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177. wife with godlike power does not understand why she must stay

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178. if she leaves he will miss her and become sad

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179. because he does not know where she will go

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180. why does he have to know where she will be or what she will do

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181. wife wants to start creating things too man lets her

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182. wife starts in the mans universe there are some things she wants to improve

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183. wife changes things about his universe, smaller personal touches

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184. wife starts to change critical things and begins to cause chaos in his perfect world

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185. wife takes creation into her own hands and man does not approve

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186. man tries to reason with her, but she does not care “they are only toys”

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187. she has changed something the man worked so hard to created

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188. they are real people with real lives like you and me

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189. if wife has freewill why can't she do as she pleases

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190. if these people have real lives why can they not do what he can do

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191. why was she created with the power to change creation if she is not permitted

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192. wife wants to have free will man disapproves, she cannot be controlled

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193. wife leaves to do what she wills

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194. man figures that she will return when she gets bored of creation like he has

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195. long period passes where the man believes she will return

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196. very long period passes, he remembers her after so long and sad memories return

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197. man reflects on why his wife may have left

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198. he searches for her, crying into the infinite light

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199. the man begins to give up hope of the wives return

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200. the wife is long gone and has hidden herself with her infinite power

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201. the wife he has spent so much time with is now gone

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202. he sulks in his failure, how could someone with infinite power fail

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203. maybe he is incapable of creating things incorrectly

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204. maybe he shouldn't be creating other gods

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205. wants to attempt again

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206. he starts with another lusty mold, he decides that the memory of the lost wife it too great

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207. he creates a more intelligent looking form, rather than one of his lusty desires

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208. what he creates emulates the idea of his concept not himself

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209. creates a new wife

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210. wife questions her existence and begins to accept it

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211. wife is starting to show promise

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212. wife begins to ask questions after a long time

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213. wife follows a similar train of thought to the previous

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214. he tries to reason with her, and she agrees that it might be for the better

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215. wife stays with him for a longer period of time than the one before

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216. wife begins to get bored of his creations

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217. this wife also wishes to leave

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218. he says she shouldn't, but she wants to have creative power over something

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219. wife did not have the power to express her creativity

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220. he argues that if you leave you will be lonely, and i will be lonely

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221. discusses with her why she shouldn't leave

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222. she does not have the power to change what he creates

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223. she still wants to leave because she wants to create on her own

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224. man does not approve of her leaving or creating because of the past

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225. makes it so wife cannot leave

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226. wife does not know what was done, powers were stripped from her

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227. wife tries to leave and fails

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228. wife starts freaking out because she no longer has control over her life

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229. wife begins to feel trapped

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230. man does not heed the wife because she like everything else is one of his creations

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231. wife told to do as man wishes

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232. wife becomes sad

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233. wife begins to believe that she is a slave

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234. wife confronts the man who tells her that she is his creations

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235. wife threatens to destroy the creations

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236. wife has her power to create removed

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237. wife contemplates and argues in favor of free will

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238. man insists she has free will but is restricted to protect his property

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239. wife says that he is right that his creations are his property

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240. creations like these are slaves to your enjoyment as i was

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241. wife erases herself from existence

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242. man at first does not realize what happened

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243. man does knows that she committed suicide

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244. man begins to mourn

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245. man realizes the horrors he has caused her

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246. starts to realize what a horrible creator he really is

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247. man presumes he does not deserve what he has

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248. he was not a good person in his mortal life, he is the same in his immortal one

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249. realizes that beings with true free will wish to die if they are trapped

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250. those who do not know death should not feel trapped

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251. his immortals do not know death so they do not feel trapped

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252. his immortals don't know they can't escape so they do not try

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253. the universe he has created is full of beings that cannot die

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254. his beings could not die so they could not escape

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255. his beings are trapped but they do not know it

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256. if his being knew they could die, would they

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257. understands god

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258. understand why things die

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259. understands why beings are supposed to die

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260. beings are supposed to die so they have something to life for

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261. needs to fix his mistakes

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262. his wives asked questions, they had nothing to live for, he gave them nothing to life for

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263. wonders if creating an immortal wife will fix the problem

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264. it will fix the problem of his loneliness in the short term

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265. creates an immortal subordinate wife with limited power

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266. he cannot work with a clear mind if her feels alone

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267. wife serves without regrets and is loyal

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268. he tries to communicate with his wife but she does not understand him

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269. wife doesn't really fulfill his needs, she is a drone

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270. that drone action doesn't make him feel any better

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271. even though there are many people there is still no one like him

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272. he has nobody with which to share his creative marvel

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273. begins to feel alone even with the life he has created

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274. he gives his immortals materials with which to construct great things

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275. the immortals are lazy and consume everything they are given

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276. they aren't really marvels, they are just viral consumers who rely on godlike power

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277. wife does not really show the intent to become better as she already has everything she needs

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278. she could create great things for herself with the help of her man god

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279. she spends most of her time talking to other immortals

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280. she builds some things but in the end she shows to creativity

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281. if life cannot die, they have no will do live or do as they please

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282. everywhere his immortals have been their environment is destroyed replaces with efficiency

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283. they are like a virus to their environment they change but do not renew

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284. they are competitive, some live in greatness, others wait for their chance

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285. without will to better themselves they are just caged animals

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286. animals who fight a cold war of social priority

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287. he feeds them, cares for them but they are really in no danger

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288. they pretend to cooperate when there are actually many who live substandard but because they do not experience hardship pain burden or despair they do not know they are substandard

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289. contemplates the impact of creatures that cannot die

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290. they will reach their boundary after a long period of time, they will compete

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291. they will expand in their space forever, and become bored with equilibrium

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292. he will live in this space forever and is immortal himself

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293. becomes immediately bored of everything he has created

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294. equilibrium is the ultimate end to his “perfect world”

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295. if his creations are not interesting he must not be creative

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296. infinite time will not give them the spark of creativity, but death might

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297. dying is the expression of will, the threat of death sparks individual creativity

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298. death breathes life into project because time has to be managed

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299. they cannot be creative because they have no competition

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300. they have competition amongst themselves, but they only see it as a game they lose

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301. makes mental dialog that maybe what he has created is not perfect

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302. they create things that make them popular or efficient rather than innovative thinkers

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303. beings that cannot create to the best of their ability are not perfect

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304. the threat of annihilation brings people together

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305. realizes creatures need to die

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306. people who die are people who create, beings who create are interesting and entertaining

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307. maybe he should start over an do this right

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308. all that he really wants is something that doesn't make him feel so lonely

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309. wants to take another chance at perfection

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310. another chance means another universe

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311. doesn't want to ruin the fine lives of the people already created

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312. wants to keep the first but create another

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313. realizes that creating multiple universes may be possible

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314. creating a new sphere should be as easy as the first

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315. tests making a new plane of existence

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316. seems easy enough and the immortals will never know it is there

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317. prepares for the creation of a new universe

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318. creates the new sphere next to the old one

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319. outlines an area that nobody in his first universe will be able to find

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320. sphere is not a new universe, only a plane white void that he has become accustomed to

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321. creates a new universe

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322. he lives in an infinite void he thinks that maybe this new plane isn't really a new one

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323. the blank canvas is made

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324. it could just be place infinitely far away from his current creation, no matter

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325. discusses with himself what needs to be done

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326. he started the last universe with subordinates, they helped the process along the first time

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327. he has new subordinates that are immortals themselves,

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328. there were bright immortals that were the best, enlightened by the knowledge of god

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329. separate empty space, much like the first to start

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330. he tells the subordinates what needs to be done, if they do not create they will die

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331. has subordinates assist and discuss creation, one of them refuses and dies

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332. this universe must generate itself from an infinite realm that the beings inside will never explore

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333. starts with universe that betters over time

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334. the fractal universe is developed with mathematical principles, his subordinates point out that eventually things may look the same, man makes sure this does not happen

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335. time is a fabric that cannot be changed

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336. beings cannot change their past only one time-line exists

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337. builds a “more perfect” new plane of existence

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338. he never did like the limitation of what he had to work with, creates new materials for the beings to find

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339. give the universe unique materials to build with

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340. he wishes that the beings express their creativity

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341. makes sure the beings cannot travel faster than the universe can expand to create new places

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342. the universe slowly expands the fractal to infinite complexity

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343. develops the cosmos and all wonders

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344. the farther the beings travel, the more random an amazing the universe becomes

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345. builds a new world with hazards that should allow beings to better themselves

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346. seeds the world with many things that the people will enjoy, they will change on their own, without much influence

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347. prepares the world with many hardships

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348. creates system that rewards those most creative

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349. this system should reward the most creative of minds

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350. system will be monitored by his new chain of command

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351. prepares the start of existence with his leaders

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352. they develop an event that will kick-start creation

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353. hides the to make sure these beings don't discover they were created

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354. creates a spark of life that can die

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355. puts beings all over this universe

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356. of so many certainly some of them will flourish

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357. natural selection is the way to go

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358. if beings survive they better fit their environment

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359. makes small influences to the worlds that survive to make creatures change in a way he desires

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360. these desired changes are intelligent and creative

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361. begins to make small influences that persuade rather large influences that deter

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362. he doesn't want them to know of his existence, or leave of any evidence

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363. maybe its best that they don't find out what is in the afterlife

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364. knowing what is in the afterlife might persuade some of them to intentionally die

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365. remembers when he died he was put into a plane of existence

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366. if he died and came here, where will these beings go when they dies

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367. maybe these people are put in one as well

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368. what about lesser life, do they as well

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369. understands that when they die, they too will create new life

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370. when they create new life they life that they create may also die

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371. maybe they will be in the same situation

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372. learning from their mistakes has he learned from his

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373. chain of construction from the beginning of time

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374. the beginning of time for them is this point right now

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375. what even is time

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376. did time have a beginning

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377. thinks about the implications of each of them creating universes

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378. wonders where all this space comes from or goes too

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379. space is more than just one universe

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380. all of the universes connected or just one big universe

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381. an infinite amount of life in infinite layers

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382. there is no way of really knowing because if the universe he is in is infinite he could travel forever and still find nothing

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383. death only begets more creation

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384. death is something humans do when they are no longer creating or innovating

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385. realizes even god is “only human”

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386. all gods are really “only human”

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387. his mistakes will change how he sees everything

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388. his mistakes effect everyone and everything he creates

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389. god too can make mistakes that change him

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390. there is always improvement nothing is really perfect

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391. if even a god can change after so long then there is always improvement

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392. improving is good, making mistakes allows for improvement, therefore mistakes are good things

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393. mistakes have allowed him to see that death is needed to create new life

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394. learning is almost required to make mistakes

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395. his mistakes were almost required for him to learn

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396. the life he creates will make mistakes

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397. and his new life will too create new life

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398. if he teaches them now he will save them time making mistakes later

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399. he figures he must teach them to create because he was not taught

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400. creation is hard if they understand creation they will be better prepared

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401. the mistakes he makes allows him to better understand all things

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402. if they understand the truth about the afterlife they can prepare for it

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403. teaching them about afterlife will help them understand

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404. immortality made them lose the will to live, they may even fear the afterlife

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405. maybe teaching them and them knowing when they will die will remove all mystery

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406. should i be afraid of the afterlife myself since i am immortal

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407. if they die they become gods so why not die now

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408. if they die and become gods they will create more so it is not all bad

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409. understanding is the key to making himself happy and everyone happy

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410. however if they spread knowledge of what happens after death then they might exterminate themselves

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411. but somethings should not be understood

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412. he does not want to accidentally destroy his creations

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413. teaching them what is after death may not be good for them

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414. they should learn creativity naturally, and it will help them in the afterlife

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415. it is better to let them learn and be happier for it

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416. he could prepare them for death in a more subtle way

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417. is happy to know that each being that dies will be as happy as he is

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419. happiness in death, maybe he should kill them now

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420. they may not understand his actions though

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421. death is not a happy thing it causes suffering

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422. suffering is not something that should be experienced it might effect them

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423. suffering will get them to the afterlife

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424. the afterlife is worth the suffering but maybe it will change the way they think

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425. dying may sadden them, but in the end is it really worth it

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426. does the man really see this afterlife worth dying for

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427. suffering in death is unnecessary

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428. pain causing alot of the suffering

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429. if i remove the pain maybe i can remove the suffering

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430. suffering is associated with loss, pain is the fear and the harm

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431. suffering and pain are different things

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432. if they feel no loss when they die, and feel now pain as they are dying they will not be afraid of death

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433. tries to eliminate the suffering and pain associated with death

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434. it seems to work, at first the beings are relieved

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435. pain or suffering no longer happens

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436. they notice that pain is gone so they can now do things that they normally wouldn't

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437. people start taking unnecessary risks because there is not suffering

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438. they start doing things that put them at high risk and start dying

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439. people stop grieving and are no longer remembered because death happens frequently

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440. without the fear of death, amazing feats are just feats of chance without suffering

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441. eliminating the pain in death make people unafraid of it so they die rapidly

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442. they die so often that they reproduce to keep up, new life is not a miracle

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443. the remaining people notice the rapid die off and stop taking risks

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444. the beings become afraid of everything because they do not know the dangers

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445. they become sad because their lives are unfulfilling and monotonous

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446. there is no such thing a courage, people become afraid of hurting themselves without knowing

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447. this unfulfillment leads to depression and suicide

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448. further die offs occur as people lose all meaning in life

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449. if beings cannot experience all parts of life they will never be truly happy

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450. experiencing pain warns the creation of the dangers and of what survival means

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451. perhaps pain is part of that experience

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452. without the full experience they seem empty shells of once great creatures

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453. he brings the pain back to them

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454. they realize the pain is back, and they are fearful of experiencing it at first

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455. pain begins to bring meaning back to living

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456. they find what hurts them and does not hurt them, they do not know what caused the epidemic

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457. he thinks about how dying made them happy, since he cannot die maybe non-existence will do

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458. if he does not exist where does he go

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459. what will happen if he “dies”, will his creations be okay

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460. the subordinates can take care of it

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461. maybe dying will make him happy too

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462. even if the universe fails, they will all die, their fate will be that of his own anyway

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463. his wife could do it why couldn't he

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464. he remembered his wife and that she felt trapped, and begins to know why

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465. he tries to erase himself from existence, and cannot

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466. he appears not to have moved, but he knows why he cannot leave

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467. of course when she dies she gets her own plane of existence

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468. new creations get new places

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469. he just reappears where he was as if nothing changes

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470. he tries to again and comes to a blank plane

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471. he thinks he has destroyed his creations, he grieves

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472. he reappears in front of them

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473. he cannot erase himself from existence because he goes back to the same place.

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474. does his creations get their own plane of existence like his own

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475. of course he comes here when he dies, it would make since

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476. they could be in the same plane, but he would never know

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477. if i cannot die, will i ever be happy

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478. he cannot visit his creations creations, if he could he would see his wives

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479. he begins to feel trapped

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480. unlike his wife he cannot leave

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481. begins to wonder if he himself is truly happy

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482. begins to understand why she left and how she felt

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483. if he cannot leave he will never be happy

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484. he begins to weep for his immortal soul

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485. maybe there are other things to live for

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486. there is nothing he can do anyway, he is there for all time

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487. living for your creations

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488. creations are something to live for, they become more amazing as time passes

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489. if you can only be happy in death, and i cannot die what then

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490. well i am dead already, but i am not happy, when they die they too may not be happy

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491. is he even alive why can't he leave

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492. if he leaves where would he go, nothing else exists

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493. what even is living anyway

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494. he could recreate the world he remembers and life in it, but he is still immortal

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495. who controls how he gets here

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496. how does he come here is someone watching over him, is he a creation trapped

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497. he concludes that even is he isn't happy he must make the best of his situation

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498. there are some things he will not know some he will make due with

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499. are universal laws to blame for his state of being

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500. they may very will be, even if he is a creation he has total freedom

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501. he sees that there can really be nothing better than what he has

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502. he has total freedom in an infinite prison, the paradox

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503. he sees a new beginning where he is

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504. sure i can dewel on these thoughts, but my creations are discovering new things

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505. he continues his work as the clock keeps turning numbers into infinity

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506. he destroys the clock as time is not necessary for his work

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507. he never needed it, infinity is all he needs, with it all is endless and timeless

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508. the infinite can be better, he can see his creations creations

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509. he rewrites laws that when his creations die, the universes they can see he can see

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510. he creates and infinites number of universes like the original, an endless chain of command

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511. the infinite of infinites, creates a multi-verse of infinite universes

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512. an infinite amount of life is created over an infinite amount of time

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