The True God

If there was an immortal god he would have no values; nothing would be for him or against him. Having no values, he would have no emotions; having no values, he would have no thought—no reason to think about anything. Having no values, he would not act—no reason to do anything. Everything would have no meaning for him, and no movement of things would move him to measure anything. Time would not exist for him. Thus, it is only the Tikki tribe in the darkest heart of Africa which knows the one true god. Every morning at dawn they kneel before him and worship. He is a massive, immortal, unmoving rock.

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