This is a fable reminiscent of the creation myths of the world that attempt to explain why some things are the way they are. The readers will meet a young couple who change their lifestyle from the hunting and gathering one to the horticultural, pastoral, and agrarian one for reasons of their own, much to the exasperation of wild animals who are frustrated by the excesses of mankind. The couple's two sons are also affected by the choices made by their parents. The story provides for a reflection on making lifestyle choices and when and why exceptions might occur.
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Published September 24, 2012
Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Law & Philosophy.