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Mother Nature and the Agent is the third book by author Alice Weil, who knows how to tackle delicate themes, as seen in her other works. Here, Weil uses accessible wording, colorful visuals and illustrations to document what happened to us all, why it happened as such and where we could be headed.

It will certainly be a book to be read for many years by teens who were too young or weren’t just born at when the dreadful sickness affected our world. But the author goes beyond: with her background on the spirit through Indian teachings, she believes there is a message we can all learn from the whole experience: one that brings us to reflect on our Dharma and our relationship with the prana, the life force that permeates all, and to which we must always be attuned to, in harmonic balance.” – The Moving Words Review

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In 1990, Alice Weil was kidnapped in Colombia and held captive in a dark, windowless cell for 269 days. She tells the story of how she found the resources hidden deep inside her to survive captivity without taking her own life, losing her sanity or developing Stockholm syndrome. Instead, she was able to remain calm and courageous, always being polite and making conversation to her captors and using her time in ways that she would later be able to draw upon her daily life.

The story tells of how she realised that experience contributed to who she is today and upon her release, she was able to face her beloved father’s passing, continue being a devoted mother and wife, and lead a normal, productive life. She also learned that she was capable of closing the gap caused by the time she was not part of her family’s life or the outside world.

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Alice Weil was awarded the prestigious Pinnacle Book Achievement Award in June 2020. She won the “Best Books in the Category of History” award for her book, Survival: A story of Friendship. Pinnacle Book achievers award has been awarding some of the finest independently published awards for the last 30 years.

Alice Weil was awarded the prestigious Pinnacle Book Achievement Award in June 2020. She won the “Best Books in the Category of History” award for her book, Survival: A story of Friendship. Pinnacle Book achievers award has been awarding some of the finest independently published awards for the last 30 years.

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Survival: A Story of Friendship – Part 2 is about the voyage Freddy and his mother, Helene, take to escape Europe and the ravages of World War II. After promising Sigmund on his deathbed that they would reunite the family in a peaceful and friendly country, they make their way via ship to Colombia, the country Nellie had made her home just as the Nazi movement in Germany was gaining momentum. After their safe arrival, Freddy is forced to look for work in order to support his mother and himself while adjusting to new surroundings at the same time. After some fortuitous, work-related encounters, Freddy decides to not only run his own lingerie business but produce the raw materials he needs himself.

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