On Prayer

On Prayer Mal 2 was once asked by one of his Discciples if he often prayed to Eris. He replied with these words: No, we Erisians seldom pray, it is much too dangerous. Charles Fort has listed many factual incidenes of ignorant people confronted with, say, a drought, and then praying fervently – and then getting the entire village wiped out in a torrential flood. Page Background: silhouette of a man kneeling in prayer, in the Christian fashion. A floating pentagon with five arrows extending from each point and a flower-like cluster of two sets of five arrows inside hovers over his head. Marginalia: Text inside an ornate frame, rendered in a very teen notebook style font: “If someone else’s nose is running, go blow your own.”

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