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Reviewed by Deepak Menon for Readers' Favorite
Yes! I Will Write Your Story by Gere Rihs is an example of how a small book can describe a canvas as large as the universe; succinctly, clearly and simply. The book is a noteworthy addition to any philosopher's or theologian’s library, because it builds on what mankind has built till now, and takes one beyond into the intricate mysteries of the cosmos. The author states at the very outset that he has an overarching belief that we are not alone, but only latecomers in the extraordinary cosmos, setting the tone for the book, and instilling curiosity in the minds of readers. The author uses the chief protagonist, a metaphysical being named ‘Ket’ around which to weave his story effectively. He describes 'Ket’ as a higher being but not a God; a powerful manifestation of a ‘higher consciousness’ that pervades the entire universe.
The cover of the book is attractive, and the formatting is good. This book, though small in size, seems to have been the outcome of very intensive research, deep reflection on what the author calls a ‘stifling and limiting view of our present cultural paradigms,’ and an intense study of the evolution of intelligent and conscious thought of Homo Sapiens on this little blue planet on the edge of the galaxy. The book contains references to the writings and thoughts of all the major religions since the time of the emergence of the Neanderthals and Homo Sapiens around 200 000 years ago in Africa till the present day. The book is a fascinating study for both advocates of the mental growth thread, as well as the votaries of the paradigms of the scientific and technological stream. Do both streams intertwine and finally qualify to be mentored by the ‘higher beings’ to guide humanity to the sacred mission of integrating all life towards its full self-awareness? The shattering climax is at Mt. Kailash; is mankind ready to join as ‘One with the Infinite Diversity?’ Gere Rihs has penned a monumental philosophical work