A man that is determined to find God.
A man that is in search for God.
A man that is willing to die to find God.
Will God help this man find him?
Or will he die in the wilderness like the rest?
This is a story about a man who is looking for God, his true father. A child that has been deprived from their father will begin longing for him. In the middle of the night the child heart is burdened with the question,”Where is my father?”. The child seek an answer everyday. Child believes that one day he will see his father and they shall meet, but the child questions, where, when and how. Throughout the night theirs deep contemplation of how can I find him.
The man gathers what he can and ventures out to find his beloved father. Even though the man has aged in years to where having a father may not carry as much of an impact on his life compared to when he was a boy, the man is still determined to find his father.
When the man share is story with others, there’s glee and joy as he exclaims, “He’s alive I know he is alive!” Some see how old the man is and laugh at him, saying “Your father is dead and a man your age is not too far behind.”
When they heard he was going into forest and to cross a great river, that beginning to joke and laugh saying “Maybe his dad is a baboon” another said, “Or a great whale”. One who was lived in the town all his life said to the man, “No one lives out there, why would you even risk your life?”
Not all criticized the man, some made bets that the man will come out alive. Others made use of his belongings that he left behind. Some new of the man and wanted to discourage him for ever going, it was all no use. The man set his heart on find his father and nothing was going to stop him.
The man begin tell others about how he had a dream, that his father was alive and ever since that dream. He could not stop think about his father. The man recall sitting next to a tree feeling the wind blowing towards the forest a voice from within the man told him “to follow the wind and the sky, for the stars shall guide you and the wind assist you”
When the man began walking began walking toward the forest he heard a great howl, one of the man yelled “maybe that’s your dad!” The man paid no attention and kept walking. As he reached the thick of the forest he began to slow lose his scene of direction. There was rows and rows of tree with no seen possible end, in every direction it looked the same.
The man looked up and saw the sun descending and began to make ready for the night. The man began to work on a fire but the leaves and the twigs were too damp. The night began to arrive and the man began to grow cold.
Alone he prayed for direction because he didn’t know where he was and realize how under prepared he was for this adventure.
With the limited resources he had he made himself dinner and prepared a modest tent for the night. As he was lying down on his side, he turned to his backed looked up at the stars and marveled. As he saw the stars he studied it so that he would become lost, making up names for different regions.
The man couldn’t sleep much at all, hearing all the different creatures amongst him kept him awake and the lack of fire to keep him warm throughout the night made it difficult. Nevertheless he awoke and rose and went to venture on toward the river.
As the man was walking he saw an area where the trees stopped, believe it was to the river he began to walk toward that way, but he notice there was not signs of water and began to realized he reached a road that was well worn. He began to follow the road when he discovered that it was in leading him in circles.