Have you ever questioned why being 'too kind' is considered a weakness rather than a strength? Or why it is that we struggle to remember our dreams?
Inspiring, unpredictable, and thrilling, The Creator of the Universe amazes us with its richly developed characters and plot line.
With one selfish act, a reality is created in which humanity is deprived of spiritual enlightenment and blind to the truth of the universe. When the Creator's child, YinYang, God of Polarity, uses his one chance at creation to bring into existence a hopeless world of conflict and imbalance, it is Brahman's mission to enlighten the humans on Tellus and reveal to them the truth of the Creator's love.
Abandoning his position beside the Creator, Brahman incarnates as Mester and embarks on a life-long journey. Becoming a spiritual messiah, he begins to change the people around him with his teachings of inner balance between the to do (the brain, body, and action) and to be (love, intuition, and faith).
As Mester's following grows, so does the local king's suspicion. Soon, Mester must make a choice: will he abandon his mission to save the souls of the people of Tellus from a hopeless cycle of life and death and never return home to the gods?
The greatest philosophy book about good and evil.
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About the Author
A. Curiel Continues to amaze with his consistent skills and richly developed characters.