#Twitterfiction Anyone asking oneself, “Who and what for, am I?” is philosopher
and … in surreal, nonfiction … one’s brothers’ … keeper.
#Twitterfiction Judaism’s six hundred thirteen laws have proven to be too numerous …
and their effect … in, nonfiction … too onerous.
#Twitterfiction Christianity’s Ten Commandments prove too, that a marked reduction
in laws need not … more wisdom, bring … to, fruition.
#Twitterfiction Islam’s Five Commandments (haraam) govern over the morality
of human action …. Apparently, five may be, four … too many.
#Twitterfiction: Why not study then a global secular government, with freedom of religion
and but, a single, commandment … as foundation?
#Twitterfiction: That Commandment may be the singularly cross-cultural Golden
Rule: Do unto others as ye’d have be done unto ye … by them.
#Twitterfiction: “I am Lord Allah to my Muslim children, Yahweh, to my Jewish
children and God, Jehovah, to my Christian children. Kapish?”
#Twitterfiction: “And, lest I forget; I am Vishnu too. Kapish? Take from Art Everman,
my angel-in-training, the blessing of, simplification.
#Twitterfiction: if the Creator, on occasion, revises His short story (history), it may be
’cause pen and plan make editing as easy as, ABC.