The Mother’s Word




The Mother’s Word is a holy book containing the most precious of writings detailing the foundations of the most glorious existence of The Mother. Taken from eye witness accounts, excerpts from The Mother’s personal diary at the time of the Great Rupture and transcriptions of ser most impressive speeches, the current edition of The Mother’s Word (ed. 104.5) is the most comprehensive collection of all that The Mother saw, believed and stands for.

From the Great Rupture to the founding of modern life as we know it, The Mother’s Word is studied deeply by pre-pupils and pupils so they might enter contribution life with a rich understanding of our peace, commitment and harmoniosity. Passages and excerts from The Mother’s Word are often read during ceremonies and official proceedings by high-ranking superiors. See below chosen excerpts, to celebrate 1000 years since The Great Rupture and the beginning of The Mother’s way.



CHAPTER 3, SECTION B


“Through bureaucracy voices were heard, through mediation violence was ended, through korper regulation need was met. And so it continues in these morrows.”


CHAPTER 2, SECTION C


“The Mother said it was our people’s pain screaming, for it sounded like a million herds of cries and hysterics as you never heard.”


CHAPTER 1, SECTION A


“Gratitude for the Mother, for all that Sie gives and all that Sie is.”


CHAPTER 2, SECTION A


“It came to be that the fallen korpers from the brutalist regime did not rise again as the false prophets had foretold.”

CHAPTER 6, SECTION D


“And the Mother put in place the methods that we shall live by. Our korpers will be sers and we will maintain them while they are on loan to us.”


CHAPTER 4, SECTION A


“Wherefore the madness we all used to abide by! For now it is calm and we are smooth and round and we give praise to ser.”


CHAPTER 4, SECTION B


“We are not warriors, nor do we cultivate them in our korpers.”


CHAPTER 7, SECTION B


“Oh how dark the night was before the Mother spoke of glory.”









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