Kenna: Yin / Yang

I have to admit, I’ve never really seen the whole appeal in God. I mean, sure, he’s omnipotent, but who isn’t these days?  All you hear about are “old white men” in high positions of power running the world.  What about all the women?  Why can’t we play “God”?

One thing is certain, you’ll never see me worshipping him.  My philosophy is more in yin and yang.  In life, there is always going to be a dualism between good and bad.  Two forces that seem to always oppose each other, but in reality they compliment each other and are interconnected. 

For example, take the tale of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden.  Both living in paradise until a “talking snake” convinces them to take a sweet bite from the forbidden fruit.  My question is: why is the serpent even there?  To take the blame?  If there’s anyone at fault here, it’s the “Gardener” who planted such a tree in the first place!

From my perspective, snakes or dragons are actually highly respected creatures.  I fully believe in their Qi or universal energy.  Qi is in a state of continuous flux, transforming endlessly from one aspect of Qi into another.  Just like God’s energy, it is neither created nor is it ever destroyed; it simply changes in its manifestation.

One thing I would like to clarify are some common misconceptions humans have.  Do you honestly think it matters how much melanin people have in their skin?  Do you think it matters where one ranks on the Kinsey scale?  Do you think the only path to paradise is by pledging allegiance to a God you don’t believe in?

It’s not.  You’re completely free to join my team.  We don’t bow down to anyone.  Instead, we rise, and use our power to defend the world against anyone who even attempts to destroy it.
Don’t believe me? Try me.

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