Steve Jobs and I
The Law of Attraction's Perspective
By Cristina Corban
Copyright (c) 2012 Cristina Corban
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To Maria and Gabi, Angels of my life
"Your time is limited, so don't waste
it living someone else's life. Don't be
trapped by dogma - which is living with the
results of other people's thinking. Don't let
the noise of others' opinions drown out
your own inner voice. And most important,
have the courage to follow your heart and
intuition. They somehow already know
what you truly want to become.
Everything else is secondary."
Table of Contents
Steve Jobs and I
The Reality Distortion Field
About The Author
You are about to embark on a
journey of a different perspective. You can
call it a spiritual journey, a journey of self-
improvement, a biography or plain fiction.
My intention with this book is to
share a perspective on life, a perspective
that would enhance worthiness and good
feelings for you, dear reader. Steve Jobs has
inspired me and we will be looking at his life
as well as aspects of my own life as a case
study, using the lens detailed in The
Premise to see how "like attracts like" or
the Law of Attraction affects our lives.
This "Think Different" perspective
does not intend to be scientific research,
but an entertaining experience of exploring
life through a certain filter.
You are way more than you perceive.
You are an Infinite Being who decided to
explore and define details in a contrasting
experience. Contrast gives birth to new
desires, to expansion, to refining all that is.
When computers first appeared, they were
made of separate pieces; the user needed
to know codes and the output was
rudimentary. From this was born the desire
integrated solutions, computers that could
be used without having to read a novel-
length instruction book in order to be able
to use them.
The desire gave birth to the dream,
and someone had considered that to be
possible. Every desire bears its completion;
the question is whether the dreamer
believes in the desire or not. Steve Jobs
pronounced possible many ideas that
others considered to be impossible and this
was his genius. His vision gathered around
ideas, people and materials that would
detail the most wonderful products we've
seen in technology.
My vision meets his, as I am
embarking on creating this e-book, which I
am "putting out there"! Thanks to
technology, vision, tools, virtual bookstores
and you, there is a meeting up in virtual
spaces and sharing of ideas that come way
more easily than it would have if I had to
cut a real tree, make a real book, hire a ship
to cross the oceans so that my book reaches
Einstein: "All religions, arts and
sciences are branches of the same tree. All
these aspirations are directed toward
ennobling man's life, lifting it from the
sphere of mere physical existence and
leading the individual towards freedom."
Moral Decay (1937)
Steve Jobs emerged from the very
root of the tree, being spiritual, artistic and
technical at the same time. He had indeed
ennobled man's life and revolutionized six
industries: personal computers, animated
movies, music, phones, tablet computing
and digital publishing.
"The people who are crazy enough
to think they can change the world are the
ones who do."--Apple's "Think Different"
You came here with a grid, a set of
general intentions. You knew the eagerness
with which you came forth; the wellbeing,
the love, the preciousness of the life we
were about to embark upon.
This grid supersedes everything; it is
the very basis of our lives.
When the life you live generates a
grid that opposes your basic intended grid,
you don't feel good. Innately you know that
you are supposed to feel good and life is
supposed to be easy and FUN.
When you align with the basic grid of
well-being, vibrating in response to your