The Familiar Stranger: A Happy Encounter of Soul Mates

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Kennedy and Margaret are two highly productive and greatly admired inhabitants of the planet Venus. Kennedy is a medical innovator at Centre for Alien Empowerment, while Margaret operates at Centre for Environmental Technologies. Both Kennedy and Margaret have demonstrated distinguished devotion to the welfare and evolution of Venus. For this reason, they have won deep-rooted and deserved admiration amongst other inhabitants of Venus. Despite the free-flowing love prevalent on the planet Venus, the natural powerful affinity of love that manifests between Kennedy and Margaret has been described as extraordinary and unique.
At this juncture, Kennedy and Margaret are seeking to emigrate and permanently reside on a planet known as Dacota, which is more advanced than Venus. In this regard, they have submitted their applications to the Centre for Inter-planetary Collaboration, which is charged with matters pertaining to inter-planetary migration. Though their applications have received downright endorsement, for Kennedy and Margaret to effectively emigrate and permanently reside on the planet Dacota, they are required to each accumulate 50 billion units of merit. Indeed, these merit units can only be amassed by engaging in benign deeds. Nonetheless, considering that the planet Venus is characterised by overwhelming love and impeccable bliss, nobody really requires anyone’s assistance on this bountiful planet. Thus, it would be entirely impossible for Kennedy and Margaret to each accumulate 50 billion units of merit on Venus. The only territory where such a scale of merit units can be accumulated is the planet earth; considering that the earth is beset by an extensive range of problems that require quick effective remedies.
Kennedy and Margaret thus opted to be born on the planet earth, in order to amass the volume of merits essential for them to emigrate and permanently reside on the planet Dacota. Kennedy was born in the academic city of Oxford in the United Kingdom, while Margaret took birth in New York. Kennedy and Margaret both successfully pursued their studies in their respective cities. In their twenties, the pair met during a holiday in Peru. They together embarked upon a mountain climbing expedition, during which Margaret suffered from asphyxia at the top of the mountain. Following her evacuation for treatment, Kennedy took excellent care of her in hospital, until her eventual recovery two weeks later, when they both resumed their respective home countries. Margaret works for an environmental technologies company, while Kennedy is studying medicine at Oxford University in England. Ultimately, Kennedy graduated as a medical doctor. Subsequently, he emigrated to New York, having secured a job in a medical research company there. Kennedy and Margaret eventually got married and had one daughter named Sandra.
Kennedy discovered an oral vaccine that prevents the contracting of malaria and HIV/AIDS. For these prodigious achievements, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in medical Science. Margaret discovered a substance that could dissolve the carbon atom contained in a carbon dioxide molecule. This discovery drastically reduced the volume of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere; and saved the planet from the calamities of global warming or climate change. For this extraordinary invention, Margaret received the Award of Environmental Technological Innovation from the United Nations. Kennedy successfully obtained his 50 billion units of merit at the age of 55, and hence died. However, following his death, he waited for Margaret on the astral world for her to also obtain the required units of merit. At the age of 60, Margaret also secured 50 billion units of merit and died. She thus met Kennedy on the astral world. They then together departed to the planet Dacota. Following their arrival, a lively party was organised by all the beautiful loving beings to welcome them.

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