This is a shorthand version of the story of the seven days of Creation, when the Creator did not shun six days of work to produce His vision. It is proof that you can get a lot done in only six days, if you plan all the necessary work and have the appropriate disposition and determination to carry out your chosen mission. You will make your preparations, then follow with precision your plan of operation, remembering to proceed in the correct order, to achieve your ambition. With the completion of your shorthand education, there will be emotions of elation, jubilation and congratulations, and a progression on to your vocation.
Day 1: In the beginning* the Creator created the heavens and the earth, from his own imagination and of his own volition. The earth was in a condition of devastation and disorganisation*, a dark chaotic conglomeration with no cohesion. The Creator had a passionate intention for the reduction and termination of this confusion, and the expansion of ordered precision. On the first day He spoke His pronunciation for the initiation of this revitalisation. His realisation of this intention started with the creation of light. He saw that this clarification was good and so He made a separation* of it from the obscuration of darkness.
* Omission phrase "in the (be)ginn(ing)"
* "disorganisation" On the line, as the contraction "organisation" is on the line
* "separation" Insert the first vowel, to distinguish it from "suppression"
Day 2: On the second day the Creator put into operation His next action, consisting of the separation of the waters. The construction proceeded with the formation of a partition between the waters above and below. This partition was an innovation that He called “sky”.
Day 3: On the third day, the Creator made a collection of the water under the sky into one place, and this division brought about the manifestation of dry land. The collection of water he called “seas”. He saw that these were good. His next intention was the production of a variation of plants and trees that would come to a yearly fruition. Their seed would produce a further expansion and distribution of vegetation. This situation was to be the foundation of our future civilisation.
Day 4: On the fourth day the Creator set in motion the operation of the sun, moon and stars. The sun would emit radiation onto the earth, and the moon was for the reflection* of light for the night-time. Their operation to separate light and darkness was given direction by the rotation of the earth and the attraction of gravitation. The Creator saw that this was good. He also made the congregation of stars in their various locations in the heavens, with all their distinctions* in strength of illumination.
* "reflection" The less common word "refraction" should always have the vowel after the FL stroke, as these two are similar
* "distinctions" Omits the K sound
Day 5: On the fifth day the Creator provided animation to creatures great and small teeming in the sea, and also the invention of aviation with winged* birds flying in the skies. He gave them the additional command of increasing until the duplication and expansion* of all their variations filled the seas and covered the earth.
* "winged" Stroke Ing cannot be halved
* "expansion" Keep the P stroke shallow, and insert the vowel if necessary, so the outline does not look like "extension" which has a similar meaning
Day 6: On the sixth day the Creator made a proclamation that the land should begin production of living creatures of numerous kinds, livestock and wild animals that move on the ground. He saw that all this was good. Then the Creator made man, a representation, reproduction and imitation of his own image and likeness. He gave him life by the exhalation of his breath and inhalation into the man's nostrils. He made them male and female and gave them an instruction for procreation and multiplication of generations, to fill the earth and rule over it.
In His conversation with them, He gave them domination* of the fish, birds, livestock and wild animals, and every creature that was in locomotion on the earth. He gave them the vegetation for cultivation, for the production of nutrition. He gave instructions to the beasts of the earth to also eat the green plants for their nutrition. This completed the creation and organisation of the heavens and the earth, vast in composition, exceptional in formation and sophistication, and without limitation. The Creator’s final evaluation was that it was all very good.
* "domination" Insert the vowel after the N, and the diphone in "dominion" as they are similar in outline and meaning
Day 7: On the seventh day the Creator achieved the completion of His work and so He rested from His exertions. The Creator made a consecration of the seventh day and sanctioned* it to be set apart as holy, and as an expression and recognition of His own cessation of work. This is the explanation of our weekly vacation for recuperation and restoration from toil, and for contemplation, appreciation and celebration of the Creator’s wonderful work of creation. (755 words)
* "sanctioned" Omits the K sound. The Ing stroke cannot be halved.