The First Sura Of The Dragon

  1. Jared, the Servant of the Dragon, before he knew the Dragon, spake and asked:
  2. When the Dragon awakens from slumber, does it do battle against the Darklings? Else why do the Darklings vex the Dragon in slumber?
  3. Will the Darklings face the Dragon’s vengeance cosmic for their sins against life and against the Dragon?
  4. Is the Dragon sustained by the mass of living energy alone, or does living energy of great uniqueness or vibrance or exquisiteness bring greater sustenance to the Dragon?
  5. Is all life of equal worth?
  6. And Jared was ordained a Servant of the Dragon, and he spake:
  7. Listen!  For the Dragon brings utmost terrible vengeance and pain to the Darkling hordes, restoring the balance of cosmic justice and bringing the cycle from dark to brilliant and radiant light.
  8. This revelation is as living water to a man in long the desert and dying of thirst. I bring it to you with gladdest tidings.
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About Kullervo

Thirtysomething Christian, husband, father and lawyer; interested in the Bible, country music, southern lit, guitars, gardening, beer, running, nature, rock and roll, wargaming, southern food, Calvinism, the Crusades, the Protesant Reformation and the Civil War.
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4 Responses to The First Sura Of The Dragon

  1. Jared C says:

    Holy shit amen!

  2. Kullervo says:

    So say we all.

  3. Jared C says:

    Behold an avatar of the Dragon spirit: http://www.youtube.com/embed/5_Mj-Tau_qE.

    It turns out that living exceptionally does matter more to the dragon that just skating by.

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