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Beryl Born 1946 - Died 1981 Beryl's life was lived out in the middle of the 20th Century with all the ambiguities and mixed messages of the time. In the Was-Beryl her brain has been culled by Savan. Savan represents the voice of cynicism and a science alienated from any form of spirituality.At the start of the book Beryl wrestles with the God of her limited imagination. A God who can see evil and be indifferent to it. Slowly as the book progresses, Beryl describes formative lessons from her short life. She is the observer even when attempting to participate in life and she constantly attempts to review her perceptions in terms of her understanding at the time. She hears Savan and his arguments but gradually something within her grows which cannot conform to the purely logical. Beryl begins to find a universal God which is something other than her own projection. At this point she no longer attempts to align God with self but rather begins to conform herself to this other... More > dimension.< Less
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September 28, 2011
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