Until I was in my early twenties, I lived with my family and their mindset definitely did not even come close to the Neothink mind. On my own in my early twenties, I was exposed to the mysticism of religion becoming one of Jehovah’s Witnesses, and faithfully followed them until things soured for seven plus years. I married at twenty nine and am still married nearly twenty two years later. After my experience with Jehovah’s Witnesses, I floundered for over twenty one years working several jobs that were disappointing and unfulfilled, realizing that simply drawing a paycheck from week to week was not all that was necessary to be fulfilled in my life. Having children, too, seemed to lack fulfillment. Not that I don’t love them. I do, but having grown up with parents who seldom said I love you and being given the impression that I was a burdon to them, made the relationship I have with my own children difficult.
I went to college in my mid thirties and got a degree in accounting, having been out of school since I was sixteen proved to be a challenge and a disappointment at the same time. Pushing forty presented it’s own challenges and having graduated with an Associates Degree in Accounting did not improve my job prospects as you cannot provide adequately for a family of six on the entry level pay in Accounting, also, I got my first taste of age related discrimination. It is sad that a person who has lots of experience through years of work and life experience would be regarded as a value and treasured, however, our society often tends to discard as valueless a person when they age and slow down. Experience should be rightfully valued and recognized for what an older person can contribute.
I ultimately went to work in construction, becoming a roofer and in my early forties I finally started to receive the compensation that my age and accumulating experience reflected. However, about two years ago while on what turned out to be my final job while descending a ladder that was footed on a lower roof which was frost covered, the ladder thought tied slipped and I went down face first falling on my face and breaking both my wrists and damaging my nose. I have been convalescing since having to undergo three surgeries on both wrists. It was while I was and am convalescing, that I was introduced to Neothink. I usually am skeptical with regard to the promises of wealth but having read the letter that was sent to me and thinking on it, I decided to follow up and respond.
The correspondence whetted my appetite for the books that I have since acquired. Upon reading the books, I realized that what I was frustratingly dealing with most of my working life was explained as stagnation and being in a valueless rut. It was like a “eureka” to me and started me on the path that I am continuing on. I appreciate the value of Neothink, that the “mess” that seems to flood the media and all other facets of today’s society are attributable to the “neocheaters” that have dominated life on earth for nearly three thousand years. Neocheaters are the cause of today’s societal woes and the media and religion are perpetuating the massive hoax that is today’s anticivilization. I look forward to the Civlization of the Universe that will rid earth and society of the veil, and everybody will prosper and no longer age or die.
I have made significant strides in my personal life and outlook reflecting the Neothink mentality. Unfortunately, I have yet to incorporate the Neothink approach to work as I am still convalescing and not working. Also, I have not been able to instill Neothink in my wife or daughters. I realize that things take time and long for them sharing with me the happiness that the cause for things has an explanation, Neothink. I hope that through persistence and patience, that they too will gladly grasp Neothink.
I know, that the latter, may not be a positive testament to Neothink, but today’s anticivilization is still deeply entrenched in them and sadly may never be breached. But for myself, I thank Mark Hamilton, and Neothink for opening my eyes and giving me something positive to look forward to.