Time has run out.
The world as we know it is coming to an abrupt end. Six heroes are all that stand in the way of our complete obliteration. One young child holds the key to our past, a past, and history steeped in myth and purposeful deception. This past is our only pathway into the future as it may contain the information needed to halt the imminent destruction of our world.
Raised in a nonhuman world, one child with an ability to travel instantly to any place and any time may be mankind's only hope. Born amid a horrible tragedy, burned and disfigured, she will emerge to join with five more heroes and take a stand against the darkness.
Reality is not what you think.
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Anger, hatred, revenge, all emotions that are hard, if not impossible, to square with Christian beliefs. Does destroying a demon count as murder? If something is not really alive, how can you kill it. These are the questions that our hero in TA'AM faces. When you consider that she is only about seven-years-old, the problem becomes more complex. Isn't a child so young under the age of grace still?
My point in writing this wasn't about what TA'AM feels and does, it is about us. I wanted to point out that all of us, every single one, has felt anger, maybe even hatred, even after we have become Christians. Jesus has told us that these feelings are the same as murder. That has to mean the sin isn't in the action, it is in the condition of our soul. We are human and we will sin as long as we live in a fallen world. The only thing we can do is ask Him for forgiveness. After all, isn't that the reason He came into the world?
I thought to myself, “It isn’t about being better than Them, it’s about paying Them back for what They did.” I wasn’t about to lie to myself about the reasons for what I did. They had killed the only parents that I had ever known and I wanted to make Them pay for that. I know it isn’t the way a Christian was supposed to think or act, but I was still new to this. Perhaps I had sinned irrevocably, I didn’t know, I wasn’t sure how I had rebelled against God by what I had done (which is the real definition of sin), but I was willing to stand before Him and tell Him why I had done it.