Eve East and West of Eden two

by Vivian Afsoon Emtiaz



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 3/13/2013

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.5x11
Page Count : 88
ISBN : 9781477289709
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 90
ISBN : 9781477289693

About the Book

Eve East and West of Eden two is the story of a woman who was born in Iran but grew to adulthood through the cultures of Europe and the United States while never fully surrendering her Persian heritage. She became successful in business and has returned with her daughter to the Middle East in search of a wholeness which can embrace the best of each culture she has adopted. In her search for authenticity as a woman, as a citizen of the world, as a daughter, as a mother , she generalizes her own experience to lay it over the experience of the planet entering the Twenty-first century. In the Middle East she finds the rich soil for discovering spiritual healing and loving perspective, while never quite attaining the peace she, and all humankind, spends a lifetime pursuing. There is much in her story about her journey to reclaim her heritage to connect to her roots.in the stifling male dominated societies. In the mites’ of all she finds the destiny plays upper hand when she find herself irresistibly connected to her roots to farsi language of her childhood and to a soul mate from the past who help her to save himself through saving her in this life .. Where she accepts to transform her thought from the tragic of Mideast mistrust to trust and surrender in hope for common ground between Persia and America for peace. Among the patterns she weaves are the threads of hope for her daughter and through her, hope for the children of the world who will inherit the next opportunity for planetary healing

About the Author

Afsoon has received her B.A in international relation and French in 1984.and MBA degrees from Pepperdine University,Malibu,California in 1989 .At present she is developing series of private schools to educate her daughters and others in a way which would permit them to be at home in the East and the West, and to make peace, as a modern woman, with her roots in a culture known for its stifling of women. She has written about these experiences to provide an example for the many women who in the Twenty-first Century will face a similar challenge.

She lives with her daughter between mid -east and United States