posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 12:51 AM
Jake was frozen with fear. It was something that happened to other people, in other places, not here in his home to his family. At this point, there
was no turning to medical help of any kind because there was no cure, no hope, not even many medical proffesionals left to help even if they could.
It came from outer space. Imagine that? Some strange bacteria from far off in a galaxy never even heard of before. First came the humanoids that were
benevolent. They wanted peace. Our species and their own were so very excited and happy. There was so much to learn and discover and share with each
other. None of us knew that such a traumatic event would take place, not us, not them. They unwittingly brought this bacteria. It just happened. Men,
women and children from all over the world suffering from some unknown disease, lingering for weeks until their ultimate demise.
The alien beings were filled with guilt and deep sorrow. They were mortified at what had taken place. Even with their vast wisdom and knowledge, they
couldn't stop it. All they could do was sit by and offer their compassion and love until final breaths were taken and a new journey beyond death was
The alien's vowed that never again would they explore the universe in all its vastness to discover great wonders for the pain dwelt too deep within
their souls. Some of their people remained to re-populate the planet and treat it with reverence in memory of those who came before them, the new
friends they never got to know as well as they would have liked to. The tales of the humans would be told far and wide. They would forever be
immortalized in the words and hearts of the aliens who remained behind. The Earth people, even with their flaws had such great potential and together
they had found peace and brotherhood that had spread throughout the planet. There were no more wars, no more hunger , but now...no more humans to feel
the pride and fascination of a world they began to change for the betterment of all humanity. No, the aliens would not forget, they would never