If God is omnipresent then God transcends all reality. Although God declares that man must worship no other god, all the other gods are God. Because of God’s omnipresence, God can be all the gods in a pantheon. For example, God is Odin as well as Thor. There is a separate distinction in the Norse mythology. However, because God is omnipresent, God can easily be both Odin and Thor.
Tirnanogue is the realm of the Fae. It is a multiverse connected to our own and looks very much like ours without all the technological wonders of the world. The Fae created this world when they left ours so they would never have to see technology ruin Gaea, the Mother Earth.
In the beginning, Cain killed his brother Abel. When Cain lied to God about the first murder, God put a curse upon Cain and gave him a mark to remind Cain about the lie he told. Thereafter, Cain has been cursed to wander the earth. When Cain had children, some of them bore the mark of Cain.
She was happy. Her boyfriend had finally proposed to her. They had been seeing each other for over five years. It was about time, she thought.
She walked down the street admiring her 2 carat ring, something her boyfriend shouldn’t really be able to afford. But there it was. In her revelry, she hadn’t been paying any attention when she ran into a man. Apologizing for her clumsiness, she didn’t notice the man dropping something into her purse. He hurried off. She felt annoyed at the man’s inattention to her apology. She thought there were too many people who could use a lesson in politeness.
Already forgotten, Cricket kept on walking down the street, oblivious to everything that just happened. She was just happy to be engaged. She fished her cell phone out of her pocket and called Sheila. She asked her best friend to meet her for some shopping, as she had some great new to tell her. She told her to hurry and that she was already in the shopping district so she should meet her at the Chinese market they always went to. Now that her day was planned out, she started walking faster towards the market.
He stood watching the procession. He just couldn’t be around anyone else right now. He didn’t want to hear the sorries and condolences. He didn’t want to hear any of it. He was afraid he might cry and no one could see him crying. He didn’t want to show that kind of emotion to anyone.
I ran. I ran as fast as I could. I didn’t know what was following me, but I did know that I didn’t want it to catch me. So I ran. I admit I’m not exactly in perfect shape, but I guess when you’re running for your life, you tend to run pretty fast.