"We need tales to make sense of the world."
-SM Stirling, The Sword Of The Lady (New York, 2009), Chapter Four, p. 100.
How did the world begin?
What must men work to live?
Why do women have pain in child birth?
Why do snakes lack legs?
Why are there rainbows?
How do we know that mankind will not be destroyed in a flood?
Why are there so many languages?
Why are there racial differences?
Why are there tides?
Which question is the odd one out?
Do we still rely on tales to make sense of the world?