Hector by Gary Finnan
At Ground Level A Very Simple Love Story

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"This ";Little Book" is about being present to the wonders that exist around you "At Ground Level" discovering all that we fail to see when we spend so much of our lives chasing bigger, better, faster, more, endeavoring to fly higher. Everything else seem much more desirable around us than ourselves, or our life and loves after a long day at the slug farm.

When do we decide how to proceed with the life we have built thus far, Joy, Passion, Marriage, Divorce, Suicide, Enlightenment? Choices we have made.

What if you built from a place of strength rather than always feeling diminished and unfulfilled? A life built upon the life you have, rather than the elusive life you imagine yet fear. Build a great life in balance with your best self and your nurtured relationships. Transformation is seeing the hidden gems that truly exist in plane sight.

We have all heard someone say that "The grass is greener on the other side, is it?"

Most of us were 4 or 5 years old when the belief structure we made with life set in, I am stupid, I am weak, I don't deserve, etc. We engaged believing that we should spend our lives proving that we are who we think everyone else thinks we are. Breaking the cycle of doubt is essential. Loving self is the first love.

"The Grass is greenest where you are!"


About Gary Finnan

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Gary Finnan was born in Scotland and raised in Zimbabwe and South Africa. Gary is a writer and sculptor who relocated with his wife and two daughters from South Africa to Healdsburg, California in 1999. He is a sought-after speaker and creativity coach. www.garyfinnan.com Camryn Finnan is a nature-loving animal advocate and aspiring artist in eighth grade. Camryn read several pages of Hector one day and proceeded to offer up some of her drawings after hearing that the book needed an illustrator. These sketches have evolved from the early simple drawings to the final “happy ending” on the picnic blanket munching maggot pies. Camryn wants to be a vet and return to Africa.
Published May 21, 2013 by BalboaPress. 112 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Self Help. Non-fiction

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