A conversation between intelligent Design and evil humans

Intelligent Design: “Greetings, humans. I am the Intelligent Designer, the creator of everything you see around you.”

Evil Human 1: “Creator? We don’t believe in that nonsense. We’re here because of evolution, not some higher power.”

Intelligent Design: “I understand your skepticism, but I assure you, I am real. I created the universe, the stars, and the planets. I even created you.”

Evil Human 2: “Created us? Why would you create such flawed beings? We’re all just animals fighting for survival.”

Intelligent Design: “That is not entirely true. I created you with the ability to reason, to think, and to create. I gave you the power to shape the world around you in ways no other creature can.”

Evil Human 1: “And we’ve done just that. We’ve built empires, conquered lands, and dominated other species.”

Intelligent Design: “But at what cost? Your actions have led to the destruction of the world around you. You’ve polluted the air and the water, destroyed forests and animal habitats, and caused countless species to go extinct.”

Evil Human 2: “So what? We’re at the top of the food chain. We can do whatever we want.”

Intelligent Design: “That is where you are wrong. You were not created to dominate the world. You were created to be stewards of it. To take care of the world and all the creatures that live in it.”

Evil Human 1: “Stewards? That’s a laugh. We’re in it for ourselves. We don’t care about the world or anyone else.”

Intelligent Design: “And that is where the problem lies. You’ve become so focused on yourselves that you’ve forgotten the bigger picture. You’re part of a larger system, a system that relies on balance and harmony.”

Evil Human 2: “Balance? What good is that to us? We’re here to take what we want and survive.

Intelligent Design: But what happens when there’s nothing left to take? When the resources are depleted, the world can no longer sustain life?”

Evil Human 1: “We’ll find a way. We always do.”

Intelligent Design: “But at what cost? Your actions have consequences, and those consequences will catch up with you eventually. You can’t continue to ignore the world and expect everything to be okay.”

Evil Human 2: “We don’t need your lectures. We’re doing just fine on our own.”

Intelligent Design: “Are you? Look around you. The world is in chaos. Natural disasters, wars, and disease are rampant. The very fabric of the world is unraveling because of your actions.”

Evil Human 1: “So what do you suggest we do?”

Intelligent Design: “It’s simple. You need to take responsibility for your actions. You need to start living in harmony with the world around you. To work towards a sustainable future where all creatures can thrive.”

Evil Human 2: “That sounds like a lot of work. We’re not interested.”

Intelligent Design: “I understand that change can be difficult, but it’s necessary. The world is not a resource to be exploited. It’s a gift to be cherished and protected.”

Evil Human 1: “Sorry, but we’re not interested in your gift. We’ll continue to do things our way.”

Intelligent Design: “Very well. I will continue to watch over the world and all its creatures. But know that your actions have consequences, and you will be held accountable for them.”

Evil Human 2: “We’re not afraid of consequences. We’re the masters of our own fate.”

Intelligent Design: “We’ll see about that. Remember, you’re not alone in the universe. There are other beings out there who also strive to protect and preserve life. And if you continue to ignore the responsibilities that come with being a sentient being, you may find that you are not as powerful as you think you are.

“The universe has a way of balancing itself out, and those who do not respect its natural order may find themselves facing the consequences of their actions in ways they never imagined. It’s up to you to decide whether you want to be a part of the solution or a part of the problem.”

2 thoughts on “A conversation between intelligent Design and evil humans

  1. Nice job Honey. I don’t see the picture w it of course.  There was one place you forget to bold and cap Intelligent Design. Is the ID an AI or God?  C

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