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Book details
  • SubGenre:Social Scientists & Psychologists
  • Language:English
  • Pages:344
  • eBook ISBN:9781667805917

Why Am I Here?

An Autobiographical Exposé: Duty, Theft, Murder & Redemption

by Clifford F. Gant

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Why am i here? is the autobiography that challenges the reader to question their own missteps. This is not the feel good story of the year, but it is the confession of our lifetime. If conspiracy on the high seas, true crime, and internal reflection are your page-reads of choice, you'll have little need of a book mark. judge me as you wish but remember, until recently, i was just another you. if you love a happy ending, kindly burn this book.
what would you do if you had a lifetime of regrets, a message for the masses, and the desire to inspire humanity? My book chronicles 36 years worth of fortunate and unfortunate events. from being a gifted child growing up in rural America, to a U.S. Navy stint which was cut short by conspiracy, to an occult experience that landed me a six month stay in a Mexican Prison, to ultimately the murder that has me currently serving a Life Sentence at the Arizona State Hospital. It is a book that follows my journey of discovery about what life is and how we fit into it. From my Navy experience, I learned to uphold integrity at any cost. From rapid success in the pizza industry, I learned about people and business. From my 3 years traveling and living in mexico, i saw first hand how America is just the shiny facade of existence, while there is a daily struggle mere meters South of the border. The book is a platform to showcase our common struggles, our shared uniqueness, in the historical solutions that if implemented in our current day,could usher in a new era of liberty. An era where a life is not valued based on emergence within an imaginary boundary line , but rewarded as a universal new creation with unlimited potential.
About the author
Cliford Gant is a 37 year old veteran currently serving a life sentence at the Arizona State Hospital . . .