Waeil Borhan is dedicated to empowering others through belief in their own capabilities. Waeil’s formal training is in architecture and his professional journey has taken him into real estate development and a diverse set of entrepreneurial enterprises. His passion lies in empowering leaders and people of influence to adopt the mantle of service to their communities and the world. He specializes in finding common ground among diverse peoples, helping them find and work together on common best interests.

About the book

First published in Arabic with over 4000 copies sold, I is a book about the ultimate graven image, Self. The author guides the reader with discussions about civilizations, paradigms, human beings, the Self, individual and collective ego and their relationship to God.
This is a book about being proactive, not reactive. To move from being an object to being a subject, one must have choices: this book is about those choices. To have choices, one must find his own questions, or he will be merely adopting those of others who have found theirs, following the herd.
This book is not about what is black and white, but the deceptiveness of grey."I" is also about courage: the courage to call things by name, to diagnose accurately, to find a cure, to confront and tame the Self, to shift from the unconscious to the aware, to seek one’s own questions, and transform failure into success.

I is a book about common ground: how to find it, how to build on it. It’s about turning ‘or’ into ‘and’. This is a book about the future. The reader will revisit the past to learn about how to diagnose the present and find out what choices to make and what roles to play in the future.

Most importantly, this is a book about God, and God’s purpose for everyone.This is not a book about religion, it goes deeper and further than the boundaries of religion. Waeil asks profound questions, and presents theories. His own answers to these questions are not THE answers; they’re his attempt at answers, right or wrong. Whether the reader agrees with Waeil’s answers or not, he urges those who read the book to try and find their own questions and therefore discover their own purpose.