Hi Mr. Hamilton,
My name is Natalie and I must tell you when I received my invitation to join the Neothink Society chills went through my entire body. It was absolutely incredible to finally hear the words that have been traveling in my thoughts for so long. The words about corrupt politics and religion stuck out to me the most. Reading the material was like being lifted out of some kind of complete bondage.
Creating the mini calendar, and the life chart found in the Miss Annabelle’s story, are very clever and interesting projects, in my opinion. Although I am a new member, and things are still somewhat fuzzy; some very interesting things have occurred in my life over the past couple of years. Most of them were uplifting and others were not.
I want to hurry and get in on an A-Team. Will the materials that I need be mailed to me or is there a Team in my area that I can get involved in? So many ideas are jumping into my mind until I find myself in a hurry to jot them all down. I agree with you on not walking with weak soldiers and those old MLM get rich quick schemes that never work.
My life is miraculously turning for the better. If a person ever needed encouragement and a chance to think on another level NeoTech is what it is all about. I am telling you, in the pages of Miss Annabelle’s story I found pieces of my own life. The rejection, drama, lies, even murder. I could relate to every line written. The Scientific aspect boosted me to another altitude. Boy! I can’t wait to see how much better my life will have evolve over the next few years.
I learned through Neothink that everything is not always what it appears to be through the natural eyes. It is so much fun discovering who one really is and what their true capabilities are. Thank you so much for selecting me. I know it may sound strange, but failing a test does not always prove what a person is truly capable of. We all go through test and trials and sometimes the one’s giving the tests are also being tested. Play the game of life until you can play no more!
Until we meet,