The Year of the Flood - April Fish Summary & Analysis

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April Fish Of the Foolishness Within a Relation, Spoken by Adam One:

The God’s Gardeners celebrate April Fish Day. Adam One reminds the Gardeners that the Fish was once the secret symbol of Christ. After all, the first apostles were fishermen. April Fish Day and the spreading of the joy of Christ’s Kingdom has evolved over time into April Fool’s Day. Adam One tells the Gardeners that “in relation to God we are all fools” (338). He goes on to say that prayer is needed for God to save the sea creatures. He also says that they must grieve the dead zones and hope for restored life. He ends his speech with a call for a song.

Oh Lord You Know Our Foolishness:

The poem is from the God’s Gardeners Oral Hymnbook. It explains how important it is to take...

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