HEAVEN, SPIRITWORLD — Late this evening , at the close of a grueling day ensuring 12.9% of the world doesn’t have enough food to eat, God was taking a little break when something caught his attention. A little girl from Utah was praying that she would get a toy to distract her from the homelife with angry parents she leads..
According to an anonymous source, God originally scoffed at the prayer, but was taken aback when he noticed the girl was closing her eyes extra tight and whispering her prayer extra hard. “You don’t see such passion and commitment in a prayer, especially at so young; We just had to reward her.” God told our source that he wants this girl to be extra happy so he granted her wish, with a little twist; The girl, after going back downstairs to say goodnight to her parents when she noticed them hugging and jumping up and down screaming about how happy they are together. That’s right. God granted the ultimate wish for this girl; happy parents.
The girl, 7, went back upstairs in a huff, our source told us, and told God she just wanted the toy. This is where it gets truly inspiring. When the girl went back downstairs to get a glass of milk a few hours later, she noticed a note on the refrigerator saying that her parents were so happy that they took an impromptu vacation to be alone and weren’t coming back. And as a parting gift, they got her the exact toy she wanted! When APR’s Chief Spiritworld Correspondent, Võ Doãn Quế, asked why not just give her to toy, our source told us that God spilled coffee on his iPad and it was acting up and followed up by telling Quế that this result was actually the best that could’ve happened. “When you think about it, the girl now has no mean parents and she has the toy. Win-win.”
Quế, an atheist, says that he’s, “honestly just kinda confused but eh what are you gonna do?” He goes on and says that it would’ve cost much less energy to just give the girl the toy like she asked, but ended up stopping any rationalizations for anything he just heard and moved on claiming he, “doesn’t care enough about this,” to stay motivated on following this story.