Mysterious {Ways} Properties

I was gonna talk about mysterious ways, but I don’t know anything about ’em ‘cos they’re all πŸ™‘π“œπ“¨π“’π“£π“”π“‘π“˜π“žπ“€π“’πŸ™£, see?

Like… I mean… who could know why the Creator of the Universe once commanded that during war people were to conduct themselves properly: by killing all of the men and women and all the little boys and taking the virgin girls for wives to divvy up among the priestly classes and the military? πŸ™‘π“œπ“¨π“’π“£π“”π“‘π“˜π“žπ“€π“’πŸ™£, eh? Of course… if you thought that maybe some priestly classes had something to do with pretending that the Creator of the Universe said such things… well, the mystery all but vanishes, doesn’t it?

Still, what I want to talk about instead today (unless you want to try to resolve the mystery in the above paragraph, be my guest) is πŸ™‘π“œπ“¨π“’π“£π“”π“‘π“˜π“žπ“€π“’πŸ™£ properties. Such as… never having come into being. Can something that never came into being… be?