Perhaps it goes without saying but
I'll say it anyway. In this beautiful, utopian garden, everything was perfect. In The Garden, there was abundance and joy and nobody went without. Nobody
experienced pain for very long. Nobody went unloved and this was all good because that is the way the people who created The Garden wanted it. You see the
garden people, the Lightwalkers, were beings of pure light and love. These people were all beauty, perfection, light, and glory and in their garden
they created nothing that was ugly or distasteful. Truly, the Lightwalkers were like shining, glorious suns of creation. They were brilliant and blinding to
behold and when they created The Garden, they created it as a reflection of their perfect, light-filled nature. In The Garden there was no suffering
or want. Each heart's desire was fulfilled and that's just the way everybody wanted it.
Life went on in perfection and bliss for a long time in The Garden, but one day something happened. One day a few of the Lightwalkers (let us call them The Explorers) thought to themselves that maybe a change was needed. These ones thought, maybe things could be better. Maybe we could have more beautiful flowers and trees, more brilliant sights and sounds, and more sparkling in the water of the forests. "Maybe," they thought and so they put together a plan which called for more brilliant colors and more beautiful oceans and more glorious trees and more light, love, and abundance than was ever thought possible, and then they took the plan and they went to elders of The Garden, and they said "Look at our plan."