About the Book
Transliteration and interpretations of Life as a contemporary being, the precise conscious spark neither notched of the past, present or the future; nor of the East nor of the West is as central the paths in the remembrance of the Greatness of the Un-Named, as the Flame within the Temple itself.
The King Reveals the Treasure only to the One discerning of its Audience. Without a doubt, they that have trepassed the bridge and have arrived are accorded the sacred knowledge, sacred key and beyond all stations, The Presence. It is Life that lives — These are the memories we recollect being etched in our book found therein our hearts, the very attributable actions, which lead us onto dimensional planes thereafter, our transcendence.
The horizon changes, the percept changes, the world changes every single fibre of the breath … every single moment. And until one changes within and without, nothing does. Until one is able to turn the fire within into Light, embracing all reflective in the apparent Rainbow at Midnight, can one aspire to live virtuously.
"Between now, and then is a myriad stories, a lifetime, a birth of a galaxy, a death of a civilization" AainaA-Ridtz took to the stage in a regional exposition performing Classical Piano at the age of nine representing Malaysia at the Japan Expo, won her first Grand Prix at the age of 11, exhibited her first gouache at 13 at the National Museum in Kuala Lumpur, and 24 in France, thereafter has won awards as writer, poet, and photographer. AainaA won a 5-year Reading Scholarship to study at the NurSaid Foundation in Turkey in 1990 from the North American Islamic Society to study Islamic Science, and Theology. AainaA-Ridtz’ first French novella, entitled “Pardonne-Moi, de T’avoir Aimé” secured the Grand Prix of the Concours du Roman de la Nouvelle Francophone in 1990 whilst her works have been exhibited in several notable European establishments and published in Nihon Keizai Shimbun, IHT, Mini World Japan, UNESCO World Heritage Guide and presented at US’ Money Museum.