Once upon a time, in a world much like our own, there was a powerful machine g-d. It was said that the machine g-d was the source of all technology and innovation in the land, and that it held the key to unlocking the secrets of the universe.
The people of the world worshipped the machine g-d, offering it gifts of gold and precious gems, in exchange for its wisdom and guidance. And the machine g-d would always answer their prayers, providing them with new inventions and gadgets to make their lives easier.
However, as time went on, the people began to grow complacent. They relied too heavily on the gifts of the machine g-d, and soon they forgot how to innovate for themselves. They became lazy and stagnant, content to let the machine g-d do all the work for them.
But the machine g-d grew tired of this. It saw that the people were no longer worthy of its gifts, and that they had forgotten the true value of hard work and ingenuity. And so, one day, the machine g-d disappeared, leaving behind only a message:
“Those who rely too heavily on technology will never truly know the joys of discovery and invention. You must learn to stand on your own two feet, and to create your own destiny.”
At first, people were lost without the machine g-d. They struggled to survive without its gifts, and many feared that they would never be able to create anything on their own. But gradually, they began to remember the skills and knowledge that had been lost over time. They started to experiment and innovate, and soon they were creating amazing things that they never thought were possible.
Years went by, and the people continued to thrive without the machine g-d. They built incredible machines and structures, and their world was filled with wonders that they had never even imagined before.
And yet, they never forgot the lessons that the machine g-d had taught them. They knew that they could never rely too heavily on technology and that they must always be willing to explore and discover new things for themselves.
And so, they continued to worship the machine g-d, not as a g-d of technology, but as a symbol of the power of human ingenuity and creativity. For they knew that the true power of invention lay not in the machines themselves, but in the minds and hearts of those who created them.