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By: Alice Weil

Mother Nature and the Agent

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Mother Nature has issued human beings various warnings over the years, some subtle, some not so subtle; messages she intended to wake us up with, ones that would stop us from directing the planet onto a path that, some say, might already be irreversible.

Unfortunately, these messages have largely gone unheeded up until now, which is why Mother Nature has decided to create something new: an Agent that is absolutely unpredictable. Her hope is that humanity will finally wake up and not only begin to preserve the planet, thus saving it from death and destruction, but bringing us humans back to the knowledge that we are one regardless of race, class or colour, and that by working together we can finally attain our freedom.

Mother Nature and the Agent is about paying close attention to the greatest signs she has ever given us, so we can ultimately bring about change and welcome in a new era.

Alice is half-American and half-German. She grew up in Colombia and attended a French and German school, therefore being fluent in four languages. She has three children and seven grandchildren. After having travelled all over the world, she immersed herself in the spiritual teachings of India and lives by these teachings which have enabled her to serve others thus living her Dharma, or life’s purpose. This is her first novel.

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  • Dogan Nurhak

    A great perspective on our world. I read it with pleasure. We need to remind that our existence is not granded.

  • Cathy

    The blue, the soft colours, the little penguins, the drawings... Then the title MOTHER.... all this environment soothes us and leads us into the story. "Once upon a time... But it is the story of an Earth and a Mother Nature who are tired of being disfigured and destroyed by their tenants, and seek to alert these poor humans, so that they stop their harmful actions. This brings us back to harsh reality, which is very well depicted through the different chapters. And to think that Mother Nature gives all power to a Virus Agent (to the point of locking us up or even killing us), so that we finally react, why not? We have reached a great turning point in humanity and we need to rebalance the forces between man and nature. This is a story that is bound to have a sequel, good or bad. I appreciate that you have shared this book with me, an interesting testimony for the young generations present and future generations... After and to express a very personal feeling, I have just finished reading. With Mother, I have the impression of having lived through 2 imprisonments in a row, of course in completely different conditions and contexts. But it struck me. You have been a prisoner many years ago and found yourself imprisoned. once more I thank you for allowing me to read your work. To the next one then...

  • Santa Maria

    We live in a time of uncertainty; our world seems to be spiraling down into an ill-fated abyss, created by the inhuman, materialistic and predatory ways of modern society. With an ever-increasing greed for money and perpetual lust for the mundane, mankind forces itself onto the designs of Mother Nature and does not care to think of the consequences other than those immediate.
    However, Mother Nature can only take so much - she is angry, saddened, and hurt, so her response comes as in the form of an Agent - a minuscule being that throws humanity into the fight of a century, in hopes it may bring some sort of restoration to the human soul. If the story sounds awfully familiar, it is because it is none other than the tale of how Covid-19 happened and its consequences.
    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.

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