In the beginning there was darkness and all was still. From within the darkness a light emerged and birthed a great expanse. New stars shone. New moons glowed. New planets abound. Among these creations sat one world in distinction from others. It was not distinct by virtue of its richness in natural resources, although it was rich. It was not different because of its enormous size, although it was enormous. It was not unique because of its containment of life, although life it did contain. Its distinction was held by the variety of intelligent life forms that emerged through differing species, the inimitable aptitudes that each possessed, and the unique supernatural connection that races developed with their empowering source of wonder. For all wonders are sacred. Life without wonder is life without light. For all wonder was made by light. All light came from darkness by birth. So as it came it shall return, but until that time we give you Irth.