Dear Mr. Hamilton, I am writing this letter because I want you and others to know how strongly I believe in the advancement of The Neothink Society.
My entire life I have spent “feeling” as if there was something more. My life was at more than a standstill, in fact it was moving in reverse. I felt desperate, vunerable, alone and wishing to be lifted from my situation. I was searching for honesty and lasting happiness. I didn’t want to wait until I was dead to reach my “Eternal Reward.” I felt like a failure, like something must be wrong with me that I had not yet made it in my life. At 54 I was still searching. I had read all sorts of books that encouraged positive thinking. Reading away looking for answers, I would find some helpful information. I would hope the next chapter would clear things up for me. However, it always turned out like a treasure hunt, someone else getting there before me. Once again I felt like like a failure, I felt the only positive thing about me was I was positively negative.
Then one day I recieved an invitation from Neothink. I accepted the offer to learn “Truth.” It was as if I couldn’t read fast enough or absorb enough as quickly as I wanted. I couldn’t put the books down, I would squirrel myself away absorbing everything the pages offered. I knew that for the first time in my life, I wasn’t being told a pack of lies. I wanted to shout it to everyone. At the same time I knew others would not be receptive because they were caught up in the same deceptions and illusions that were instilled in all of us from the day we were born.
I am presently on my journey into my future. It doesn’t take long, but it does take time. I am at peace knowing that I am growing in knowledge that will save not just me and my loved ones, but all of man-kind. The child in me is still alive despite what the numbers say to the world. I want to be a part of history that helps to usher in the Neothink World.
Neothink offers a way to reach lasting and fulfilling happiness. There are no short cuts. It takes a willingness to believe in yourself, and to push on until you succeed. It takes more than feeling positive. Neothink cannot be explained because it is more than mere words. It is vision, it is a belief for the near future. It is a quest to the life everyone is ment to partake in, not just those that sit comfortably on the laurels of others efforts. Do not ponder if this truth will advance, for that is a given. All good things must come to pass.
Sincerely, Diane B.