Pathway to the Stars: Part 7, Span of Influence (Booklet 7 of 12)
“To be worthy to journey the stars, conditions must be such that if a group of explorers were to return home many millennia later, humanity will not have faded away into nothing. Instead, they will have preserved the homeworld and home solar system, and even improved upon the beauty, the abundance, and the ability of longevity of life in every way that is positive and possible."
~ Eliza Williams
Eliza Williams works with her team in the Pathway organization to increase her span of influence throughout the world. Journey with Vesha Celeste as she continues her adventures with Yesha Alevtina in the Virtual Universe, understanding more fully how Eliza's team has become the enigmatic propagator of the future.
With tech cities spanning the Solar System yet hidden from those who have not been read-in, humanity will be breath taken to behold them. Eliza takes on some of the biggest titans of every industry and teaches them what she believes will fuel the future -- kindness, shared-well-being, compassion, and consent, or what she coins as Universal Ethics!
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Pathway to the Stars: Part 7, Span of Influence is a space opera, contemporary science fiction, and fantasy saga and part of the Pathway to the Stars series. This series is meant to entertain adults and youth, scholars and laypersons, and enthusiasts for science and those who dare to try something different. Both educational and entertaining, this story will bring hope to its readers through scientific achievement and leadership while seeking to imbue compassion, kindness, and an understanding of consent.
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