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The Gospel According to LegoŽ!

 

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 I personally like the way LegoŽ handles religion. They do not express any tendencies toward any religion thereby not giving any precedence to any one religion. This helps them rid themselves of any religious conflict. Once again these once again are my beliefs, not that of LegoŽ.

One day the Master Builder created minifigs. They were all good minifigs and they all lived in a perfect LegoŽ World. The Master Builder gave them only one rule. Never destroy any LegoŽ Brick.

 

 All was fine until one day the Minifigs needed a special piece, one that the  Master Builder had not provided. So they decided to construct the piece, but in the process they destroyed the original piece. When the Master Builder found out about the broken piece, He was heartbroken. Unhappily He rendered His sentence for disobedience. He would no longer watch over them. Now all minifigs must suffer the fate of being lost.

 

Being lost was the ultimate fate for minifigs. Being lost meant separation from LegoŽ bricks and without them no building could be done. And worst of all it meant separation from the Master Builder who loved to build for them.

 

 The Master Builder still loved the minifigs and wished that none of them would become lost. So He made rules for them to live by. But there were a lot of rules, and even if all the rules were kept, one could still become lost. These rules just made it harder to become lost. There were so many rules, that most minifigs soon gave up. There were so many rules it was impossible to live by all of them.

 

So the Master Builder built a new Minifig and put Himself in to that Minifig. That Minifig had never broken any of the rules the Master Builder had set up. But the Minifig voluntarily got lost, so He would be punished for all the minifigs. By doing so he paid for the disobedience of all the other minifigs.

 

That Minifig soon found His way back to the others, you see a Minifig that has never been disobedient to the Master Builder cannot go far enough to become completely lost. He explained to the other minifigs, how they could do away with the fear and concern that they too could become lost. He explained that all they needed to do was to trust Him, and allow Him, (The perfect Minifig and Master Builder) to guide their lives. He also explained that the Master Builder loved them and would never do anything that would ever hurt them.

 Not all minifigs accepted this, but to those who did, The Master Builder watched over them and never let them become lost.

 

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