Feature: This Secular Technology
by Bogi Takács
Genre: Drabblecast Sci-Fi Strange
Sunday, July 12th, 2015
Leah woke up, said the blessing upon waking, then turned on her overlay with a mental command. She hissed with displeasure — it was a _gevurah_ day, again. She was supposed to contemplate restriction, discipline, withdrawal. She was beginning to wonder if her teachers were doing this on purpose; the assignments were said to be random, but she no longer believed in randomness. Her soul root was in _chesed_, the diametric opposite of _gevurah_, and she found _gevurah_ days draining at best, excruciatingly painful at worst.
Guest Produced by Andy Gray. First published Mirror Shards Volume Two
Episode Art: Ruth Lowe
Read by: Colleen Cherry
Twabble: “The last living creature in the world sat alone in a room. He smiled as he heard the click of heels in the corridor outside. ” by SpareInch
The truth may be out there, but lies are inside your head.