A Time Before Genesis, A Parable, is a thought provoking book about good and evil. It is presented in an imaginative-adventure story/poetry approach with unique photographs! Created from Divinity, the First Children of the universe find their way of discovering the whys of humanity and most importantly, the realization of self. This parable begins with a child entering our dream and introduces us to the First Children: Sun, Moon, Earth and Urybin. The child describes their journey during the �Age of Proemial Spiritus� and their trial and tribulation through Good and Evil. A correlation develops between the child and the First Children when a dark madness, Evil, enters into their world of innocence. Our story teller reveals a darkness easily infecting us while hiding in plain sight! Yet, if a piece of the Divine is within us, how is Evil allowed to enter in the first place? To overcome the darkness, is to start within ourselves; the realization that we choose either the dark or light. The Divinity within us bestowed upon us Free Will. As humans, we can either choose to be in the Light of Divinity or in the Pit of Darkness. Our story teller shows that we can climb out and avoid the Pit of Darkness. Open your mind, your heart, your soul to the piece of Divinity that has always been a part of you! Can Good triumph this Evil? Find out in A TIME BEFORE GENESIS�
Helen Keahi has been busy with many roles in this life, a daughter, a sister, student, college graduate, soldier, wife, mother, grandmother, employee, a friend. Born in Japan, by the time she was 17, she had lived over half her life overseas with her Air Force father. Upon joining the Women�s Army Corps and later the U.S. Army, her travel continued as an adult. Throughout the years she has had many ideas for stories but work both at home and on the job has kept the ideas at bay. Although retired from the military, she still works, but no longer has to travel/relocate. Her children are now grown and time has become available to write and share her ideas. A Time Before Genesis is her first published work.