15 Better-Believe-It Facts Straight From The Horse's Mouth
The sun had long risen and was beginning to shine on its way into the sky. But still the two gods argued, as they did every day, over which would reign supreme in the heavens. It had gone on for a very long time, indeed, for the argument was very heated.
One of them—the one with yellow hair, a beard like a lion, and who was dressed like a king—had a spear that glowed blue when it came close to him. The other one—with long white hair, and dressed in robes like a monk—was always throwing stones at his rival with a stick. They argued about everything: who was more beautiful (they both thought so), what kind of food was the best (everything), how they should treat the mortals on Earth, what should be the reward for the good and punishment for evil, and so on.
But there was one thing they could both agree on, and only one thing. It was the truth of a list of fifteen facts, which went: