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Early humans progressed in their awareness of a higher being or a god over a period of time This was shown in the story The Bee Eater through the people specifically through Ur as he has different experiences where he encounters a higher being and gradually realizes this The first encounter is the pebble in the well the second is the storm and the third is the death of Urs son-in-law These are all experiences that Ur goes through to bring him to a primitive but slowly developing awareness of a higher being The first time that Ur realizes that there may be a higher being was when he looked into the well as pebble dropped making a ripple in his reflection At that moment he thought that his face had actually been changed but not by his own will but by anothers will one who he could not see but only sense This made him realize that there was something out there able to have control over him ripples which distorted the image of his facebut as quickly as the ripples had passed the water restored his to the proper place and he was once more Ur He shivered to think that some unknown power could alter the essential he and smear it into a distorted form Pg 88 The second experience that caused Ur to feel there was some higher being that controlled the uncontrollable was when there was a storm Ur tired to fight the storm with his spears but he realized that he could not kill it or scare it away He realized that the storm was not something living like an animal which he could have control over There was some higher being higher than animals or people It was something that was able to have complete control over him the land and the environment and nothing could stop it even their greatest weapons which he thought gave him
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