A creator stands upon the precipice that is Nirvana, the perfection of it's own realm lie in grandous juxtaposition to the eternal meaningless void that sleeps beyond. It looks into the void and sees it for what it is, a canvas. Eloquently and feverishly it paints, and by task end, its magnum opus has come to fruition.
Swirls of color gave rise to a near infinite amount of nuance and complexity, the likes of which all other art was mere imitation of. Such beauty, it thought, must be matched by an equally eloquent title. In creative passion, it forged a word that would vividly describe the painting. It named the painting "Universe". Not satisfied to view such a beauty alone, the creator forged man, an imperfect creature, and placed his creation next to him upon Nirvana to best view Universe.
Man looked, first at the creator, and then the painting. He wept tears of joy, tears equally as moving as the painting itself, and then creator was truly proud. Such pride however was quickly dissipated as a new thought was pondered. The creator put aside Universe and forged a new painting in the void. This painting was grotesque, hateful, and evil by design. This painting too required a name, and no word more fitting, it thought, then "Hell".
Man looked, first at creator, then at Hell, and his tears of joy did not recede. The creators fears realized, he came up with a solution. He cast man from Nirvana, and into Universe, eradicating all memory of his perfection.
In their ignorance, some men looked to explore Universe, to find meaning, to see the beauty of the painting. These men that did not concern themselves with the painter, but rather the art were the true pride of the creator.
There were other men that, instead of striving to see the beauty of the painting, ignored it. They went through life blind and meaningless, but did not offend the creator.
Finally, there were the truly sacrilegious. Those men who, in display of ultimate ego write scrolls on their ideal creator, and reject his art. This is the disgrace of the creator. These are the sinners.