Happyola is trying to convince Ian of the joys and value of life. He
Oh, forgive me for all the variety. I just love the possibilities of matter and energy. I absolutely delight in it. Look at a reef and all the colorful fishes! Or at a rain forest, with all its bright birds and busy bugs. But to continue. Food didn't have to taste good. The sky didn't have to be blue, the sun gold, and the trees green and filled with bird-song. The fact is, I made everything so wonderfully that on many a planet, people actually learn to appreciate life so much they come to live in awe of it. Occasionally, they even worship it.
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