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Why Are We Here?

Nestor Eguez

I always believed that there are so many important events in the life of a human being. Of course, first and foremost, the day that we born, but also our first step and our first day of school are going to be very profound moments in our early years. Then, when we start to mature, our first kiss and finding our partner in life are very decisive events in our existence. Well, sometimes these two can happen at the same occasion, but it’s rare. The day our children come to this world, when they get married and have their own kids are special moments to remember, too.

However, years ago I had the opportunity to find my purpose in life, that actually is to tell a story. After this amazing and incredible experience, I have to give credit to the legendary Mr. Twain. Don’t get me wrong, all of the other occasions are great and complete us in very different ways as human beings, but discovering why you are here is different. I think it’s because all the others circumstances in our life always involve someone else. On the other hand, this happened only between you and God.

A recent research found that only 5% of the world population know their mission on this world or at least have invested some time in figuring it. Maybe that’s the reason the world is the way it is today. The report also said that a great amount of people believe that being a good spouse, parent or mentor for somebody is their mission in life. In some cases it is, but in others it’s not.

Personally, finding the answer also brought me a lot of questions. Like, how I’m going to do this or when I’ll be prepare,…etc. A good friend of mine explained to me that this is the beauty of your purpose in life. You don’t know how it will be presented to you until it happens. He also said: “But don’t worry, If this is the true ride you have to take before you go, God is going to provide a reliable way of transportation.”

Finally, let me say this. If you are one of the 95% that is still wondering about your mission statement in life, I’m going to encourage to invest a little time on investigate it. Believe me, it’s worth it. Think that you’re going to have something in common with the great Mark Twain.

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This is the story of Kalima, a young zebra born in a corner of the jungle of Kenya. She is the last descendant of a very special breed called The Guides, well know for being protectors of the herd, and always staying alert. She has recently been made an orphan due to a lion attack that killed off her mom. Her grandmother becomes her caretaker, as she is an old and wise zebra who holds great knowledge. Kalima loves flowers, chase butterflies and play with her friend Norba, the youngest member of the elephant pack. But as one of The Guides, soon she is going to receive a big responsibility, keep a very important secret hide in the jungle. Unfortunately, looks like she doesn’t have any clue about it. The first of a trilogy, this book introduces to Kalima’s journey. Beginning in the jungle, her homeland, the little zebra is going to confront the ancestors heritage and her dreams in the process to find her destiny. The first of a trilogy, this Fantasy YA book, ingeniously explores humanity’s perception of its respect to nature and animals rights.

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[The Law of Plenty] Everything You Need is Within Your Reach

Nestor Eguez

As a writer, my first story took me almost ten years to complete. You can imagine all the things, good and bad that happened during this long period of time. I specifically remember one occasion, I was very frustrated and close to giving up the whole project. Suddenly, I received an email with the below article from a close friend. Apparently, it was extracted and adapted from an old book. After reading, it definitely changed my perspective a lot.

To tell you the truth, it wasn’t a magic recipe that gave me ideas and eased my long road I had ahead. But rather, it simply opened the barriers inside my mind.

In my case, I want to write a story, right? Well, I have an idea, a piece of paper and a pencil in front of me. What more do I need? Nothing, only time and the desire to do it. Is the story going to be good or average? Is it going to touch and inspire people? I don’t know, and I’ll never be able to find out if I don’t try.

I hope that for those of you who are in the same situation with your dreams right now, that this article could help you as helped me years ago.

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The Law of Plenty

                Have you heard of the Law of Plenty ? This is the maxim that states whatever we could need or want, we have already. Even if we don’t literally have something plunked down in front of us, we certainly already have access to the raw materials in our lives right here and right now, available and ready to be put on the task.

                In order to use this rule to our advantage we have to be willing to see and understand what we have at this moment. This goes beyond taking inventory of our possessions; it is an inclusive, honest, open understanding of everything we are and have access to.

                To do this, we have to quit nay-saying, cut out the complaining and thinking we’ll never have enough, or that we’ll never amount to anything. We have to get innovative and be able to see new possibilities within the old scenarios, to understand how and when to recycle and renew our resources to get the absolute most out of them.

                In the process, we’ll achieve a wonderful balance that engenders a new thrilling freedom. All without spending a dime.

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This is the story of Kalima, a young zebra born in a corner of the jungle of Kenya. She is the last descendant of a very special breed called The Guides, well know for being protectors of the herd, and always staying alert. She has recently been made an orphan due to a lion attack that killed off her mom. Her grandmother becomes her caretaker, as she is an old and wise zebra who holds great knowledge. Kalima loves flowers, chase butterflies and play with her friend Norba, the youngest member of the elephant pack. But as one of The Guides, soon she is going to receive a big responsibility, keep a very important secret hide in the jungle. Unfortunately, looks like she doesn’t have any clue about it. The first of a trilogy, this book introduces to Kalima’s journey. Beginning in the jungle, her homeland, the little zebra is going to confront the ancestors heritage and her dreams in the process to find her destiny. The first of a trilogy, this Fantasy YA book, ingeniously explores humanity’s perception of its respect to nature and animals rights.

© Nestor Eguez 2017