My story begins when I was in my mid-teens. When I was in my mid-teens, I had become somewhat rebellious, and hard to control. I may have been on the road to the dark side of life, but there came a time when my path crossed a special neighbor who sensed that I was in need of healing, encouragement, and guidance. She and her husband were a type of rare individuals who had special talents, and amazing intelligence.
Although April worked with me more than her husband, they both spent a lot of time instructing, and encouraging me. One couldn’t say that that was my introduction to Neothink as we know it today, it most assuredly was in the same lines of thought that defines the principles of the modern day ideas and revelations that Neothink presents. I feel like I have been trapped in a world of individuals who are stubbornly, and almost purposely ignorant. I never considered myself especially brilliant, but I have developed a fairly reliable talent for recognizing truth, and that has served me well.
She taught me to live by doing the right thing, and to live by principle, not by laws, and to love knowledge and learning. She also recognized that I had a burning curiosity, and encouraged me to always keep it. It has served me well. She told me that I should learn to love because that is the primary force in the Universe. She told me to avoid hate which I have been fairly successful. It isn’t always the easiest route, but it is the best.
My attitude changed completely around, which set off alarm bells with my parents. They saw my changing and instead of welcoming the change, they feared it, and it created other problems for me, and to this day some members of my family do not recognize the value they added to my life. I have accepted what I cannot change.
My introduction to Neothink was welcomed and accepted with thankfulness. I had been wondering for years, “where are those who understand life as I do?” Now I have found them, and they are the Neothink members. I have learned many new concepts, and ideas contained in the manuscripts. Some of the material I already knew, or instinctively knew. I am grateful to be learning new ideas, and concepts from my manuscripts. I have always been a reader, and have increased the time spent on learning the last few years, and it has been rewarding. It has helped me to reach new levels of maturity, and understanding.
I have learned to manage my health better than most of my contemporaries, several of which are in a permanent resting state. I see many of my former co workers, and witness most of them in declining health, and wonder why they don’t see things like I do. A few of them tell me that I haven’t changed a bit, look great, but none of them have exhibited any noticeable curiosity on how I kept myself healthy. I wonder what has happened to the curiosity of most people?
Because of my heavy involvement in the literature, and many other books, my intellectual capacity has been increased. I feel this, and it is something I’ve always wanted. I’d love to be the genius that I’ve always wanted to be. There is so much to be learned, and I sometimes find my head swimming with information. I only hope that I develop the capacity to organize my thoughts, and make a good presentation when I want to express what I have come to know. Thank you Mark Hamilton!