This Is The Story Of Two Brothers
This story tells about a winner and a loser. Cain and Abel love each other, because they are brothers, and like all the brothers, they play, fight, help each other; they often stay alone, but then they look at each other, laugh and get close again.
Then, like in everyone's life, a test arrives, a challenge, perhaps a ritual that marks their passage to adulthood. Abel wins, Cain loses. Cain loses but he can't accept the defeat, because he who loses is the defeated. Who loses is the feeble, the excluded. Cain is afraid. And so, the first thing he thinks about is to kill his brother. And he does it. He carries out a violent and irreparable action and is in despair forever.