The Great Cube watched as the firmament grew, and he turned one face upon the clouds and caused them to turn. Another face caused stars to shine. Another face caused planets to form out of dust and ice. Another created the skies. Another filled the oceans. Another breathed life into the elements. This face looked out across the vastness of space and time and shone its grace upon the earth and created fish and lizards and flies and penguins and dinosaurs and bears and kittens and ferns and wolves and trees and flowers and worms and lobsters and ponies and man. Man was created with three dimensions and a face, in the image of The Cube, yet because man was much less magnificent than The Great Cube, he only had one face, instead of six, and he was much less pointy.