This post is written in conjunction with the 30 Days of Writing, a blog challenge devised by Nicky and Mike at “We Work For Cheese.” I’ll be participating throughout the month of June. If interested, you can see my post with the details of the challenge.
Please note that some of these posts will be serious, some will be normal, and some will be an attempt at humor.
Some of these topics are really quite hard.
Today it is scorching in the Northeast and I am not really thinking about air conditioning, not writing! So, with that in mind, this will be a shorter post.
What favors would I ask of Satan?
If we’re to believe the tales of Satan, then he is all that is evil in this world.
So my requests would be simple. Allow the world to be in peace and harmony. No need for wars, especially over religious beliefs and values. That would be first.
No drugs, either. This would help clean people up and make their lives better.
I would wish for this world to be on more equal playing ground. See, the problem with how the world is, there’s too many ways for somebody to be “better” than someone else. Why can’t we have a world where people work eight hours a day and services follow? The “class” system should be go. This would hopefully get rid of poverty.
Help us out, Satan.
Do we need gang wars? Hate crimes? People who attack others for no apparent reason other than who they are? Hell no.
Hate could be fully eliminated if Satan decided to turn a new leaf. There’s no need to worry about what someone’s race is or who they want to marry. Let it be.
Many think Satan only shows his face when he wants to really bring havoc to this world. Nah, he’s here every day. It’s evil.
No matter what you believe in, there’s likely an opposite to the good.
Unfortunately this “opposite” lives in everyone. It just happens to show up in certain times. Sometimes, not at all. We can wish this for all that’s good.
Just take the evil away, Satan. It’s all I ask.
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