One of the things with Silverbacks and Inspirators, is that in many cases people simply love them or hate them, they are leaders, people that is extraordinary, people that change the status quo, that change how things are, into how they suppose to be, they change things based on their perspective of what life is.
When I picked my silverbacks, I tough on one that changed me a long time ago, and give me a north lo look for, one that change the future of the world, and one that change everything in my present and future, took my world as it was, turn it around, shake it, and put it back in place with a smile, the person that make me redefine my whole world. These people are Enid Byton, Albert Einstein and my first Born, Alicia.
Enid Byton, was the person that change my world the first time, at least for the first time that I can consciously remember. Was with Byton books, 'The Seven Secret Club' (El Club de los Siete Secretos), that everything change for me, not only this was the first set of books that I could not get enough reading out of them, but it was the first time I remember dreaming about be a writer, I want to create my own books of the Seven Secret Club. That inspiration, into looking for something additional is what has push me to advance, to learn more, to really hit it hard, to really be better and get further, to dream on be a writer, or I should say, an Author. It was that inspiration, believing that was possible to get more than what people had the opportunity to see, what has push me over the years, to keep the dream alive, regardless of anything else.
Albert Einstein, is the second person,not only he change the world, the physics, but give the chance to something even bigger, when he said:
This is probably the most important quote of the millenium, and without a doubt rock my world the first time I understood it. Yes, I can't remember when I listen to this for the first time, but I was fifteen or sixteen the first time that really that hit the brain, the first time I understood how deep that was.
“Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.”