Thursday, May 7, 2009

Quilly Three Word Challenge#13

words used antediluvian-Older time
In an evil antediluvian time Ladden felt burdened with the care of those around him. There were the physical needs, but also the spiritual.There were few that lived a life regarding the needs of others. Lawlessness prevailed. Hitonious acts were committed. Ladden felt a need to pray constantly.

He sat at the bedside of a child tortured by some men for their pleasure. Ladden laid his hands on the child. As he prayed the body of the child healed. He created in an sheltered area a place to grow crops.
In a cave he gave sanction to those hunted, and the One he prayed to protected the cave. Those of the village claimed him to be a paladin.
History did not give him a place. His only reward was that he made a small difference.


Anonymous said...

And what a small difference it was. Great story. It's short and to the point. Excellent :)

quilly said...

Ah, but one tiny ripple spreads out across the pond and soon becomes a wave! Besides, the best rewards aren't to be had while we still inhabit our earthly bodies.

Wonderful story with a great moral! You put my words to excellent use!

anthonynorth said...

An excellent story. If we all made a difference, it becomes big.
I used the wrong words for my first attempt. I'll get it right next week.

Ordinarily Just Me said...

Sometimes it is those small deeds that make the biggest changes. Quilly knows best I think about this. But I know too. It is something that would be great if it could happen on a global scale.

juliana said...

a small act of kindness may pass unnoticed butk can make a big difference.
nice story