Consider this:

Adam could feed his wife while lying down by merely catching a dropping fruit; or while standing by stretching to pluck a fruit from a tree.

His accommodation was spacious, secure and endowed with & by nature, and all that at no cost.

He didn’t need to fill a wardrobe with clothes, nor was there need for makeup or gaudy jewellery.

And most importantly, he didn’t have to deal with complicated emotions that have evolved through fear, pain, and hardship for almost half a dozen millennia!

Talk about a lucky son-of-a-God!

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