Thursday, February 4, 2010

Challenge 13

The spectrum of narrative perspective goes from benighted, flawed, unreliable first-person narrations to godlike omniscience - all-knowing understanding of everyone's thoughts and deepest motives. But God's POV is also, presumably, a first-person narration. What would God see? How would God know a very ordinary set of events - or how could mere human readers see all that a god (let alone God) sees? Since God should know how to be efficient and get right to the point, do this exercise in only 200 words.

Wordcount: 200 (+/- 10%)

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