Questioning the Unquestionable: Wake up Call for Change

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Xlibris Corporation, Jul 30, 2012 - Self-Help - 103 pages

Questioning the Unquestionable to

Think the Unthinkable and See the Invisible

One thing that used to make me uncomfortable and bother me when

I was growing up was that when I looked around almost everybody was

like everybody else, doing what everybody was doing, making the same

jokes, thinking thoughts that everybody was thinking, heading in the same

direction; for example, I would see five small kiosks selling the same things

on the same street. When someone started a business, a dozen others would

start doing the same thing; my view was that everything looked to be at

standstill, and I used to question this deep down in my heart and that still

bothers me till today because nobody is supposed to be like nobody: I

used to go to boarding school, stay, come back, and still find nothing has

changed nothing different, no progress. In fact, it looked like things were

moving backward; this used to depress me. Nothing changes in our life

until we change. This does not mean that change cannot happen unless

we do; there is a certain type of external change that happens even if we

do not; for example, your body changes with or without your permission.

Environment change is another example; however, unless we change things

can never change in our lives. You see, if we keep on thinking the same

thoughts doing the same things like the past generations did, we will not

move forward but be at a standstill, and the problems with history repeating

itself is that it teaches us what we have already seen and takes us to where

we have already been and to see what we have seen.


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Zac Nate was born and raised in Kenya, a culture which had no respect for women and children where women and children were viewed as invisible and second-class citizens, not allowed to voice their minds and express their feelings. Because of the cultural norms of the time and absentee parents, he grew up as a confused, lonely child without a voice. Because of these factors, in later adulthood years he had to struggle to connect with his emotions, the feelings that were repressed. As the memories of his lonely childhood years started haunting him, he started to yearn for affection after realising that he had an empty emotional tank, a big hole that needed attention. Through resilience, he overcame his personal struggles and adversity by addressing the cracks in his life, achieving self-worth, and discovering his own voice and his true identity the calling of his life. Now Zac Nate is a speaker, author, entrepreneur, and innovator and has worked in a business environment for more than a decade. He speaks to large groups of people and different organisations around the world, addressing critical issues affecting every aspect of human, social, and spiritual development. Zac Nate is the chairman of Forth G. Solutions.

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