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IT ALL STARTED WITH AN EMAIL

IT STARTED WITH AN EMAIL, THEN A PHONE CALL then a coffee and it was now a lunch that we were sharing together.the thing that had grown our friendship so quickly was this unexplainable feeling that “we knew each other”. but after exploring all possibilities we concluded, we had never met.and yet,there was this undeniable […]

IT STARTED WITH AN EMAIL, THEN A PHONE CALL then a coffee and it was now a lunch that we were sharing together.
the thing that had grown our friendship so quickly was this unexplainable feeling that “we knew each other”.

but after exploring all possibilities we concluded, we had never met.and yet,there was this undeniable connection. a feeling i bet everyone of us have experienced, that feeling of knowing we know someone we do not know.

the longer we sat together, the less important is was for us to understand how we knew each otherand more important that we relish every moment together. it was one of the moment that felt sacred.

the stories we shared with each other were intimate and each of my stories could have easily come from the mouth of the one in front of me, (and visa versa)

the more we listened, the less we questioned.and suddenly i felt like a character on any page of my book, The Mosaic. I was suddenly Mo, listening to the voice of someone who moments before was a stranger and now was sharing stories that seemed to come straight out of my own life. a week ago we were two strangers, now we are completely connected.


this is the real story of The Mosaic .like the email above that started it all, the story told within its pages starts something and where that something leads is for each of us to discover.


are you ready for something new to start in your life? if so, you may want to sit with and read The Mosaic. to purchase a copy of The Mosaic, please go to amazon – http://a.co/dvgsgG3
#TheMosaic #WeAreAllConnected #NothingIsAsItSeems#TheMosaicPodcast

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