In the 80s I wrote a cartoon series called The Spermazoids.(WATCH HERE) They are amazing little guys that only have one purpose in life—but they have no idea what it is. Yet they must have questions, and I’m sure they seek out any wise sperm that hasn’t left yet for advice on how to have a successful mission. Talk about leaping into the unknown. I bow down to the Spermazoids. They show us the real meaning of courage and faith.
We are all headed, either consciously or unconsciously, towards an explosion of light. Some call it death, some call it eternal life, but only a few have been there and come back to give us a hint about the great mission we are all on. Buddha and Jesus come to mind, among others.
What is that light? Is it out there like the sun? Or is in it here in us, like the center of our very being. Are we made of bits of matter, dust as the Bible says, or are we light itself, consciousness before it is aware of an object? Is death an orgasm of light or just a fading into the night? You would think we would want to find out. Let’s ask the Spermazoids.