How the little know-it-all broke the code and survived his physical death.
They said it could not be done.
He did it anyway.
You know...they say a lot of things "can't be done."
"I do not pray. I do not believe the divine would take me seriously if I did this thing I've learned to be prayer. I mean we communicate; the divine and I. We communicate in the same way as you and I would if we were conversing over dinner, or over iced tea in chaise lounges on a sunny beach. The divine, after all, is a person as are we and is perfectly capable of conversation."
Excerpt from The Immortal
The Immortal - a novel by Stephen Allen