Our Father in Heaven

Our Father in Heaven - by C-Section Comics

Our Father in heaven,
your children please bless.
since you are our father
in the literal sense.

We don’t ask for much,
not milk and not honey,
Because, like all dads,
you’re not made of money.

“Creator of worlds!”
Yet, zero income.
But don’t worry Father,
we’ll help you save some.

We’ll turn off the lights
and the heating. -“That’s better!”
-“Please God, I’m freezing!”
-“Oh shush, wear a sweater!”

No heating, no lights,
I don’t really need shoes.
New clothing? No thank you.
New phone? I refuse!

We can live without this
useless stuff, it’s a breeze.
Because hey, after all cash
does not grow on trees.

Still, if anyone’s capable
of making cash grow
on trees it is you God,
so let it be so.


God may not always answer your prayers in the way you expected, as also shown by this comic.

Here are more comics starring God.

Natural Selection

Natural Selection and Competitive Exclusion - by C-Section Comics

Man is good at killing things.
That’s the reason we all are
at the food chain’s highest peak
else we wouldn’t get that far.

Man is good at building things,
individually or in groups
cities factories towns – they’re great!
(Though they’re bad for nature – whoops!)

But Man’s about to be replaced,
his legacy about to fade.
Swapped by robots big and strong.
(Of course they are – since they’re man-made.)

And so our Man, who’s so creative,
will not be able to conserve
his own self, and thus we’ll finally
get the fate we all deserve.


The more precise term to the biological mechanism shown in the comic is “competitive exclusion”. The term is attributed to Russian biologist Gerogii Gause, but the principle described by this term is already present in Charles Darwin’s theory of Natural Selection. Here’s a quote from “Darwin’s Origin of Species:”

“From these several considerations I think it inevitably follows, that as new species in the course of time are formed through natural selection, others will become rarer and rarer, and finally extinct. The forms which stand in closest competition with those undergoing modification and improvement, will naturally suffer most.”


Here’s another comic about Evolution and Natural Selection. And here’s an old comic about the Evolution of Man.

Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret

Are you there God? It's me, Margaret - C-Section Comics

Are you there Margaret? It’s me, God.
Here’s the truth girl, you’ll be awed:
There’s no meaning to your life;
The world is filled with pain and strife;
Suffering is all too rife;
Don’t expect an afterlife;
Every hope ends in despair;
There’s no point in faith or prayer;
Margaret, are you still there?
Oh shit! don’t jump off the chair
with that rope tied ’round you neck!
I was kidding, what the heck?
Life is great! It’s all we’ve got:
Food and sex and smoking pot,
video games, TV and books,
life is better than it looks.
Finding purpose? We’ll get there –
just don’t jump off that fucking chair.