“So then you are something more than human?” asked Benjamin.
“Not exactly…” I explained. “Marou taught me that humans are magnificent, magical, and innovative. They are alchemists – building things from other things. A human is amazing by design, perfect in many ways yet flawed by their arrogance. They are powerful, intelligent, and beautiful – and they know it. Humans mask these qualities by distorting projections of themselves, puppeteered beneath strings of Institution. Marou says that humans do not realize that they master the strings, manipulating their own facsimiles. Humans believe that they are the facsimile, and that a higher power determines their fate…”
Copyright 2011 Trista DiGiuseppi