Elaine cherished walking the areas of Elysium, a worldwide world so beautiful many consider it on par with the afterlife. The best part of Elysium is it is always daytime; one or more of the suns are saturated in the sky at fine times. The environment always feels as though spring on Earth.
Speaking of Earth, Elaine wasn’t always the meek and gentle woman you see here. On Earth, she was known as Jako the Macco Back, a ruthless business broker with a trail of corpses strung out behind him. Jako made a great deal of foes on the planet; he made a lot of money also. When you have as many enemies as Jako you need money to remain alive.
A long successful profession (with the associated victims) provided Jako the opportunity to retire to the peaceful life he always wanted without pesky victims turning up bent on revenge. On Elysium you can be anyone you want so long as you have the money. The Elysium Council uncovered how to capture and control a vortex, a bubble of distorted space where whatever passes through exits as a woman.
- Approval Fees
- Predict success of new projects
- Detroit, Michigan – $90,163 to $133,332
- Write a straightforward business plan
- 85: Awarded for gaining 30,000 XP
Vortexes have been the bane of any world unlucky enough or lucky if you like that sort of thing, to be suffering from them. Jako paid his dues to the Elysium authorities and strolled through the vortex and into a simple life of comfort and pleasure. Many still search for the Macco, but none have found him. Some say he lives on a planet close to the galactic core somewhere, others, on a globe in the Sagittarius Arm. But we better know. Jako is walking the warm fields of Elysium enjoying the wonder and comfort he earned. Elaine is a woman for the ages.
Women are a different matter; they see the young child in a man for what it is. From day one She knew me, all the broken pieces she just calmly put back to the place as though setting a table. Before I knew what happened, she did for me what I thought impossible. One can say that blood is thicker than water and redemption bigger than death, that effort is greater than the deed. Within every bad person is an excellent person crying to get out, a beautiful self-beneath the defects looking for some help. She knew that. I didn’t.
Some people work in incredible ways to alleviate the hurting of others, with whom they haven’t any ties in any other case. A normal human response is usually to be disturbed by the fact of suffering. Our most powerful emotions of empathy might be aroused by those closest to us, but we remain moved by the stories of misery from complete strangers.
Much of the hurting could be prevented, or alleviated but to accomplish this, people would have to risk their own sense of comfort and That’s not what many will do. It is a very important factor to witness experiencing a distance and wish to change it. It’s another to open up yourself up to that same pain by risking YOUR own tranquility to change it. My partner dropped instantly deeply in love with my little girl, as if she was hers already.
She had not been with her so she simply decided to go get her. It became a war that lasted until she aged out at 18. In the long run we won but what was stolen cannot be replaced or repaired so are there no winners really. WHEN I came to prison my daughter stayed with her biological mother. I’d write home and send her what little I possibly could show her that I liked her. The disconnect is undeniable though and what happens in so many cases is that we inmates learn about events long following the fact. I first learned all about my child being in the custody of CPS from an associate of my adoptive family.