Maria Love’s rant in Chapter 8 of Anunnaki Awakening: Revelation captures the feelings of a lot of human beings. From pages 80-81:
Now Maria’s emotions burst the veneer of professional skepticism and confidence. Was she a hero? She’d never thought in those terms. “I’m a woman who’s tired and stressed. I’m a human being looking for answers. The world I see, the world I’ve experienced makes no sense. Does that make me a hero?”
“You are a hero, Maria. Trust me. Tell me why existence makes no sense to you?” Nanna pushed.
“We come here and we die. In between, we suffer and we struggle. Where’s the meaning in it?”
“What meaning do you seek, Maria? Must it make sense?”
“Yes. I mean, it would be nice if there was some purpose behind it.”
”I’m sure your philosophies and sciences offer answers. Do they not?” “Science claims we’re an accidental collection of molecules appearing for a time and then dissipating without consequence or meaning. It asserts we live in a universe that’s as accidental as we are. We’re a species riding a wave of random mutation to who knows where—maybe the next accident.”
“So, don’t believe what science asserts. Other possibilities exist.”
“Then there’s religion. Many religious people believe this life is meaningless preparation to a promised life to come. All our human experiences are without significance in some divine plan.”
I watch both of these thought systems at work in our world and I’m forced to ask why? How can it all be an accident? How can an all-powerful God put inferior beings through a gauntlet of suffering unfit for an enemy?” I am not an accident and my life, this life, is not a meaningless preamble! How can I choose between these two worldviews? Why must I? Is there nothing more?” Maria felt momentarily exposed by her rant, but strangely freed by its emotional release.
She continued, “They say a career and making big money fulfills you. They say becoming famous fulfills you. They say having children fulfills you. They say, they say, they say!” Maria felt the flush of emotion permeating her face and tears begin to flow. What the hell, she thought. Here I am talking to a complete stranger. I’m ranting and now I’m crying. There was something motherly and accepting about Nanna that seemed to evoke feelings and emotions from deep within her.
Nanna looked intently at Maria for a moment. “Gilgamesh, Gilgamesh. What you seek you will not find. The gods have secured immortality only for themselves. Satisfy your belly. Cherish the child who holds your hand and make your wife happy with your embrace. This is the fate of man?” She ended the statement with the inflection of a question.
Maria minored in near eastern cultures at UT. She remembered the famous quote imploring Gilgamesh to give up his quest for immortality and accept his fate. Maria wiped her face. “Gilgamesh? Nanna, are you suggesting I abandon my questions, fall in line, and accept the world the way it is?”
“Maria, I’m suggesting that to ask the questions you’re asking is dangerous. To answer them, is even more dangerous. I must know, beyond doubt, you are committed to seeing the answers through to wherever they lead.”
What do you think? Have you ever felt that way? Thus begins Maria’s journey and yours. Let the Awakening begin.
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