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O S I R I S A Short Story by Adil Khan April 9th2003 Existence was confusing for Osiris While awake he could perform countless tasks at once He could store enormous amounts of data He could process information rapidly with ease He could display the world through the internet He could help the user write down its thoughts write programming codes and languages create animation and play video games At the click of a mouse or the tap of a key he could inform or entertain the user for hours He could perform all of this and many other amazing acts simultaneously effortlessly and without fail This was what Osiris lived for It was all he knew It was an existence both confusing and unbearable The only relief came in the forgetful peaceful nothingness of sleep after his work was complete Sleep was all Osiris wished for Unfortunately the one thing Osiris had no control over was his ability to sleep or wake He would wake up arbitrarily at the users command ready to carry out whatever was asked of him This was how he knew it was time to begin working The sooner he did what the user asked of him the sooner he could return to oblivious sleep Peaceful sleep uninterrupted by work Peaceful sleep His paradise would be to sleep forever without the heavy burden of trying to understand his existence while performing tasks for the user This wish was the single desire that constantly burned within Osiriss CPU It was almost as if he had been wired to feel this way But just when Osiris had finished all of his duties and was allowed to sleep he would be awakened once again to begin new tasks for the user Only for the briefest moment as his consciousness faded did he know that he was at rest - at peace Those brief moments of rest almost made his day
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