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Introduction to The Accidental Guru
A pine needle envious of the lives of men and women playing in the great forest with their children sends out a wish to the universe to be human. Then one day a surprisingly cold wind blows wildly through the forest and dislodges him from the great pine, the only family he has ever known.
His wish is granted and the Pine Needle takes human form, but a series of accidental encounters brings our unlikely spiritual Guru to an audience of thousands. However as a human he realizes something is missing, something he has left behind in the great forest.
The Accidental Guru
T here was once a spindly Pine Needle that wanted to be human, a man or woman, it had no preference. The Pine Needle had watched humans come into the great forest for many years walking hand in hand, laughing and enjoying picnics with their children in the lush freshness of his home. The Pine Needle sensed their presence and felt the energy between them as they lovingly weaved between each others lives. Captivated by their enjoyment of life turned to fascination as the Pine Needle developed a strong attraction to humans, which eventually led him to become very envious of their lives. A wanting and wishing grew within the Pine Needle to become like them one day.