In the begining we read a beautiful story of the andean civilization going back to about two hundred dynasties of soverigns. This story was told by the Ccoñanuru people to a school teacher who registered and translated it from “runa simi”, (the language of proportions) talked in the peruvian highlands. The story tells about the creation of earth, nature and humankind in a very profound language which still lives in the Andean culture. In meditation, we were told that it was our mission to help the Ccoñamuru people to continue telling the story. So Kuychi Runa is doing so by collecting photos, films, songs, dances and ceremonies to be shared in the Community Library with visitors and tourists who want to experience the magnificent surroundings at the foot of the Ausangate Apu (spirit of the mountain) where this civilization developed.