Odyssey II Ch.8 Entry: BrethrenMaya wore confusion on her face.Odyssey II Ch.8 Entry: Brethren2 years ago in Writing More Like This
Paul had always been short with words; this time would be no different.
"I know everything now."
Maya watched as he floated upwards through the hole in the ceiling.
There was no time to tell her what he had seen. What it was like to die while psychically connected to another being and how, in that moment, the mind-soul rides that tether like a roller coaster searching for the end of the track. That he rode that tether through the mind of Tal'shen and then into its mother, witnessing their lives, truths and stories.
No time to explain that he knew her race, perhaps better than her. That for millennia these stained glass people worshiped science as humans worshiped gods, and evolved a culture of unraveling the complex mysteries of the mathematical universe. They were a race that evolved exponentially because each was dedicated to self-improvement. He saw that, over time, there was a great shift - physical and mental - and an age came to pass when their mi
Chapter 3Chapter 32 years ago in Writing More Like This
The car came to a halt after a long series of drafts and turns. Maya slid open the side door and stepped outside. Paul stared outside; they arrived at the entrance of the tube.
"We will go by train from here, love." Maya said.
"You want me, a walking disease, in a public area?"
"Ah..." Maya gave a facepalm gesture as she waved her other hand, "Please refrain from puking in the train."
"Why not just..."
"Go by the van? There are places that only the train can reach, love."
"But I really don't..."
Maya suddenly pointed a pistol between Paul's eyebrows.
"I don't mind, honestly." Maya glare down at Paul, "It's much easier for me as well, since I can give up saving your life."
Paul unwilling got off the van; he was feeling worse every step he took.
"Good choice, love."
Paul's nauseous feeling increased as they entered the entrance of the tube.
"You had no intention to kill me back there."
Maya gave a light chuckle at Paul's comment.