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Beginning

Note from the Philosopher
If you can feel the heart, behind the mind that speaks the words, you can then judge the integrity of the action.

Note from the Author

My maternal grandmother always said to me, you can do whatever you set your mind to, but be prudent and wise in what you wish for.
In every corporation there are corporate heroes who work tirelessly, often unnoticed every day behind the scenes and create the very magic that makes working life bearable. Maybe, dear reader, you are one of them. Maybe you have felt their presence. Maybe you doubt their existence. It does not matter whether or not you believe in the voracity of this claim. This is a story about a secret society of corporate heroes (well it will not be so secret once you have read this story).
However dear reader let me assure you that the heroes you are about to discover in this story are real. Even if you do not believe in the existence of heroes, all I ask is that you to respect their idiosyncrasies as if potentially they are real people, for you may meet one of them one day and they will be there to guide you on your way.
It is so easy to focus on the bad things that happen at work, that we often neglect to acknowledge the great things that happen at work, every day. There are those that are dedicated and committed to the work they do, every day for the benefit of others and the company. However, their efforts are often not acknowledged.

and so we journey with our heroes as they traverse three universes – the ordinary, the absurd and the e-niverse.

Here are some excerpts from the beginning:

:Prologue:

:Chapter 1 Excerpt – It All Starts with a Printer:

:Chapter 3 Excerpt – Scene of the Crime:

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