“Oh God, what now?”
He looks like an astronaut. He’s flying like a boy in the sky. The boy’s name is George. He’s gone to the beach. George jumps up and down. He says: “God, I’m happy here!”
It’s wet on the beach and we can see his reflection. George is a pure Christian. He’s saying: “God, take me away.”
Roberta thinks it’s on a Sydney beach. There are plenty of them. Their beach is called Manyana. We think George is a teenager, about 17 or 18 years old. But John thinks George is a young boy—no more than 10 years old.
George jumped up in the air and he’s scared to come down, and he called on God to help him.
He calls out: “Allah, Allah.” But Allah doesn’t listen to him. Pam says George is so happy at the beach and calls out: “God, I am so happy.”
John thinks George is calling out to God for help but He doesn’t help him. God has too many people calling out for help, so he might not be able to help George.
Lance says: “George looks happy enough to me!”
This story was created by Maria B., Ellen, Roberta, Peggy, Pam, George, Lance, John, Paul and Margaret at Mary Potter House, Calvary Hospital, on 26 October 2015.