Adam Borowski

God grants your wishes. What do you ask for?

Let’s say you have direct access to the Lord. I mean, not just when praying, but you can actually interact with God. What would you ask God for? Now, it needs to be within reason. You can’t ask God to snap His fingers and destroy the universe because you’re having a bad day.

Here’s my list.

  1. I’d like to know: why am I me? Why, out of billions of people? Is it an accident or is there a deeper reason behind it?
  2. Change Russia to Cheerland. With a cheerful female leader and victory parades with pompoms. I’d be curious to see how it affects their passport power.
  3. I’d like to know: are there other realities?
  4. I’d like to know: what happens after we die? If we don’t have a soul, I’d love to have one.
  5. Since so many terrorists appear to be terrified of being killed by women, it’s just hell to them, turn them into female IDF soldiers so they can kill all the remaining terrorists.
  6. Make the ones blinded by propaganda see the truth. Make the ones peddling propaganda tongue-less.
  7. Is there a way to change psychopaths? If not, punish them by making them cease to exist as they can’t be changed.
  8. Bring all those kidnapped, abducted, abused back home, bring them back to life if need be, wherever they are and whoever they are. Doesn’t apply to war criminals and propagandists.
  9. Give pathological narcissists the curse of bringing money luck to whoever they talk to, so they can enjoy the spotlight they love, yet rarely deserve, by someone always following them around. If they want to avoid pesky crowds, they need to shut up. Can they? Will they?
About the Author
Adam Borowski is a technical Polish-English translator with a background in international relations and a keen interest in understanding how regime propaganda brainwashes people so effectively. He's working on a novel the plot of which is set across multiple realities. In the novel, he explores the themes of God, identity, regimes, parallel universes, genocide and brainwashing. His Kyiv Post articles covering a wide range of issues can be found at