Book one was incredible! I loved the story, I laughed, I cried, you did an outstanding job! I must tell you right up front though, that a lot of your philosophies coincide with mine, but some do not and never will. That’s ok with me. I agree that we are all Gods, but as co-creators, and this life is not the first or last stop. I believe that our souls come and go into the life experience and a human birth is a great privilege to cherish and do the very best that we can with it for the betterment of all beings. Personally, although I love my family and life, I don’t want to be here forever, nor do I feel that is necessary. 100 years or so will do:0) I’m not saying that it can’t be done as many yogis have proven, but the average person will not be capable of reaching that state of consciousness. I’m afraid that this principle of ending human death will turn off many folks who might otherwise join the twelve vision political party.
I don’t mean to sound rude here, but I guess I’m way ahead of the average member in terms of success in owning my own business which is definitely my FNE and a value creator. I started my company with a passion and a vision 15 years ago and it increases every year. I love what I do and can do it when I want, no clock to punch, the only stress is self-created because there is no one breathing down my back.
I guess because of that, I got stuck in books 2 and 3 as they weren’t moving quickly enough for me. There seems to be a lot of repetition. I honestly haven’t finished either of 2 or 3. But I will say that I learned to make just one trip to the post office per day! Lol its very close to my office so I used to go there 2 -3x a day as orders came in, but I’ve learned to streamline per your suggestion. I also made a list of office tasks that vary daily.
Please have patience with me joining the online community. I have computer issues using web browsers other than chrome.