Dear Mark Hamilton,
Everybody is waiting to die. Somebody told somebody that there is a better place to go, after life. So, why bother? So said the subconscious mind.
Well, I’m not here to dispute where you go, though I repeat a famous quote, a bird in hand is more than two in the bush. Personal belief is a good thing to have. Because that’s yours, and nobody else’s. You own your own mind.
The problem I personally owned in the past was that I just was too absorbed in beliefs that virtually excused myself of living the life I NOW HAVE, for fear of being disqualified from an afterlife that I DO NOT now have.
In the course of my work day, I drove past neighborhoods while thinking of all those people with their resigned demeanor: It appears they wait all their lives to die! Jesus said, “I am come that they might have life, and have it more abundantly.” How about learning more of the potential spoken by the living, breathing life in our possession NOW. Do with life what opportunity presents NOW, and after that should take care of itself.
Some consider Jesus the first Neothinker. We are even to this day cracking the code of the Christ-likeness, especially in his mind, in how he applied honesty to come up with new concepts that seemed to them outlandish, and proved to be quite ahead of his time, and valid today.
Mark Hamilton has appropriated the honesty contained in that Christ-mind, and has applied it to every thought that could pass through a human mind. He’s been better than thirty years at this process, coming up with profoundly apropos solutions for our world, today. I, myself studying the literature he has written, have learned over time to put together my own system of thought: I cannot see how anybody else could have done exactly the same. Like other Neothinkers, I long to share concepts I have developed with the rest of the world, who do not oppose the prime law. And I will earn more than I need for my obligations.
Life is just a burden, until you learn just how to live it. The LIVING create values for others. It’s just like it was when you were a child, once upon a time. Jesus said it was so. Mark Hamilton in my opinion is also religion neutral, which is a good thing, since religion is everyone’s personal prerogative. I recommend these, Mark Hamilton’s works, as a start in that direction where life is worthwhile. Neothink allows the mind to go anywhere honesty leads.
In love with Honesty,