Who and Where Is God?
In a courageous, achingly honest, and long overdue insight and expose, which just may be on the distaff side of political correctness, the author invites a rethinking of our origins and the beliefs on which we build important components of our lives. In particular, how in spite of the creative compassionate love and energy of God which is our source, humanity has become a purveyor of intolerance, abuse and violence She traces the role that memory, both personal and transgenerational, has played in the evolution of human consciousness, and how religious and cultural beliefs therein embedded, have dictated attitudes, feelings, and behavior, which too often have served and continue to serve as ignition to violence and wars. Looking to the future, she pin points what needs to be done to moderate the violence in our world and reignite the divine, by fostering the tolerance and compassion that derives from truly believing every child, woman, and man of all creeds and races come from the same source.
Ursula M. Anderson, MD