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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
One Creation Under God: Wisdom Teachings on Human-Animal Relationships and Connections in the Sacred Circle of Life by Val Silver is an insightful book for readers who want to believe in the Universal Laws instead of the dogma crafted by religious institutions. The book also throws light on the relationships between humans and animals and will enable readers to have a better understanding of the topic. The book is divided into three parts: the first part explains the customs and spiritual teachings of ancient people around the world and their interaction with animals and the natural world; the second part addresses the common beliefs, myths, and false teachings, and the relationship with animals and the natural world; and the third part lists the resources that help to understand Part I and Part II easily.
The author handles the subject of ancient traditions, belief systems, divinity, and the roles in Creation extensively and expansively, giving readers the liberty of looking at the spiritual teachings, rituals, ancient practices, etc. with a new perspective. The truths about the Circle of Life emphasized by the Native Americans (everything on earth is alive; everything on earth has a purpose; everything on earth is connected; everything on earth is to be embraced) sets the tone for decent living and will make readers think globally. The book gives a lot of information on spiritual traditions, how humans are connected to each other, the Earth, and the complex nature of humans. The book is interactive and is useful to all those readers who are curious to learn more about spirituality, ancient beliefs and traditions, and the Creator and his divine power.