Category Archives: GodMail

GodMail from Hermes: Shine

There is a bit of magic in everything that’s shiny. -H.

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GodMail from Hermes: Suspect Morality

Just because gods are more powerful than humans in many ways, (but not all), do not assume this greater power automatically equates to a higher morality, because I assure you it does not. In fact, by human standards, the morality … Continue reading

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GodMail from Hermes: The Mortal Coil

For some gods, one of the most difficult and distasteful things about taking up a mortal form is that one is continuously in a state of rot. -H.

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GodMail from Hermes: Promises

The promises of a god do not hang on mortal belief. I am not Santa Claus. I am not Tinker Bell. -H.

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GodMail from Hermes: On the Happiness of Gods

Just because gods are gods doesn’t mean they are happy. The personal happiness of a god is a tenuous thing—an uneasy thing. It’s nothing we’re used to. It’s not in our nature. Our base nature is the infinite whereas happiness … Continue reading

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GodMail from Hermes: Eternal vs. Immortal

We must remember that “eternal” not only means, “without end”, but also, “without beginning”. All eternal beings, therefore, can be said to be immortal, though not all immortals are eternal. Most of them, in fact, are not. Most immortals have … Continue reading

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GodMail from Hermes: The Mortal Wound

A realized god has no need of you. That a god should express such a need is a conscious choice. This is, in part, what it is for a god to love. It is making an exception. It is the … Continue reading

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