What Happened When Frank Died: God

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Ben & Nikita

11 comments

  1. Way to go Ben. I love the last line of this installment – leaves us wondering if it might be the last Frank – just a voice! It’s extremely powerful in its simplicity.

    xoxo,
    auntie

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    • Oh and the “Why not . . . .” Also elegant, not just for its simplicity, but also for its lack of commitment to an outcome.

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  2. God wanted to build an innovative world and failed in faith in the people and begs forgiveness. I do not think it’s possible to be more twisted, or? Where do you get these ideas Flash, I’m speechless!
    Frank is hard, he was always, but I am sooooo glad he forgives and I think behind the door he found his peace, otherwise Frank would not have forgiven. these are my first spontaneous ideas.

    As an old dog looks at a veterinarian with a long needle. “

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      • well not so many stories in heaven, more in hell or in the time inbetween most often I think. But you had one more with little god…this was also very creative I think!…o.k. but if you tell me it was one of your more creative ideas, I have definitely to read it again…I definitely missed some important things….: )

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  3. hmmm, the free will is the crack point?
    Cognitive action is its downfall. God gives human understanding and they forget him. Forget what he suffered and sacrificed. As strange and almost funny as your story works, Flash, I find it a lot more interesting than a devastating God, who settles in heaven. I am not a friend of punishment, and find a God who blames himself, much more authentic, knowing, of course, that he has no fault …; ) authentic charity… the question is how to move people to a decent just life

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