Life is simple. It is always the same, but never the same. Life is nothing but an insignificant cycle which can always be destroyed. It can be destroyed so easily, yet people still crave for its entirety. Not caring for one second that once they give in they will start a cycle of their untimely death. After that death the cycle begins over again, and again, and again; always repeating without fail.
This cycle creates humanity; a species in which they find themselves superior on their little planet. They are corrupted, a virus which will live on forever. They fill themselves with pride and egotistic goals. Always striving to be better, but only for themselves. Sure here and there someone will do an act of “chivalry”, but in the end they have their own ulterior motives for what they did. With humans it is always like that. There is always a reason that goes with every action they commit, every door they open.
And even though I am a human, I must say that I am disgusted with my species, and never want to be in contact with them again. I hold no one dear to me and wish not to.
I was born with a purpose; a purpose to save humanity. However, what if I wish to not take action? Will the world end? Will humanity shrivel up and die? If that were to happen, then I most certainly would never want to save them.
I remember a time when I once cared for humanity. I was a happy girl. I had friends and a family who I thought I would love forever. But most of all, I had my other half my twin.
We were never meant to be twins. We were meant to be born one child. One child who would serve one purpose; however, that quickly changed when "that" happened. A plague had infected Earth. My Mother was one of the ones who got sick. My sister and me were already a fertilized egg, but the virus had caught us.
In Humans, when the egg is fertilized it is treated like a virus. White blood cells are sent to attack the egg, in which the egg will flee to the uterus lining to hide and protect itself. When my Mother became infected her body responded differently. Her white blood cells did not treat the egg as a threat, but instead chased down the virus. However, the virus had already reached the egg, but it did not become a miscarriage. Instead the egg had what you can call a chemical reaction.
The egg split into two. But still connected in the middle; like siamese twins. It was the DNA that did something weird. How can I explain this in a way that is easy to understand? Take the color wheel you have your primary colors, let's take blue and red, together they make purple right? Well when it was just one egg it was purple, but when it split into two it created two new different colors opposite of each other. Red and Blue.
My sister's and I's DNA was incomplete, we were literally our second half. Because of this our looks were opposite of each other, but let me get to the fun part. How I lost my twin.
While my sister was strong healthy, I was frail and thin. My DNA incompleteness effected me more than her. While I was getting treatments my sister behind my back and our parent's back told the doctor to move her DNA strand to mine; to literally become whole again.
However if she removed her DNA strand then her physical being would shrivel up and die. She didn't care. She "wanted to save her poor sister". So the Doctor believing her sob story did as she asked.
The transfer was painful. The DNA strand from my sister did not fully connect with my DNA strand which changed my appearance drastically. So, sadly I am forced to see her pathetic face everyday. I am literally split into two. One side was my appearance and the other was my sister's.
Everyday I see her white hair, and red eye, but I also see my blue eye and black hair. Every day I see the markings on my face that came after the DNA reconstruction. But Worst of all the one feature I will never be able to get rid of the black tears that came out of my sister's eyes when her DNA was removed; permanently marked onto my face.
Now back to that act of "chivalry" mentioned in the beginning, you think my sister is all heroic right? Hell no, want to know what her ulterior motive was? Well HA! You have to keep on reading to continue.
Well this introduction had gone on long enough. I will tell you that if you do keep on reading, read at your own risk, for you might read the destruction of the human species... or not... I just feel like being dramatic. Anyways this is goodbye for now!