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Father. Jorge
Obregón L.C.

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Why do we need a solid foundation?

We live in an  individualistic society. Some people believe that those who came before us have nothing to teach us, but we are standing on the shouders of giants. They have so much to tell us! Let’s take the best from the past and the present so that we can always rediscover happiness.

What are you going to find in this book?

Here, you are going to discover the foundation on which your life is built

How do you achieve realization?
Lastly, you'll rediscover happiness
How do you transform yourselft?
Secondly, you'll view yourself through a wholistic lens
How do you grow?
First, you'll identify who you are and understand your identity

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WHAT DO OUR READERS HAVE TO SAY?

Daniela Obregón Solórzano,Azteca TV hostess. Mexico City, Mexico.
I encountered ideas that I already knew but that I never was never able to share, that made me read the book in almost one sitting! This is a mandatory life reading. A life lesson in a phrase: “all human aspirations should be based on something solid”
Father Miguel Guerra,LC. Mexico.
A solid book that explains in a simple way the most profound questions we have within: Is there but one truth?, Who am I?, Where am I going?
Ernesto Kaltwasser,Santiago de Chile.
The perfect book for anyone who is seeking solid answers, with a simple, attractive and relatable language. It’s a keeper!
Ricardo Motiver, Mexico City, Mexico
“How to achieve happiness?”, “What’s man’s purpose?”, “Who am I?”. These are some of the questions that are answered in this book. I highly recommend this book to anyone who wishes to grow personally.
Jorge Branger, entrepreneur y digital strategist, Cofounder of Flynt! & Fluence. Madrid, Spain.
“It’s a book that is easy to read, even for the most digitally driven people and millennials like me. It’s one of those books that make you laugh, cry, reflect and apply its knowledge not only in your personal life, but also in your career. I’m keeping the phrase: “Stop worrying and get active”.