Dear Mr. Hamilton,
I woke up with my teeth clenched and couldn’t get them apart. I had read about the way you teach control. Iron-grip control reminds me of the hard-liners of communism. Now, I know that you’re not communist so I thought I would tell you my thoughts. A musical stringed instrument has the strings only as tight or as loose as needed to vibrate & produce the right waves to express one desired note. As such, I propose just the right amount of grip necessary for the present situation with the option to tighten or loosen the grip depending on the muscle movement. Perhaps you didn’t intend what you said literally but in my sleep I sure took it that way.
Anyway, how are you doing? I know that I must read all of the books of Neo-Tech/Neothink but I’m feeling justified that since it took you over 30 years to write them, I can only just do my best and treat them the way I used to study my textbooks in school. I am relentless to finish them. I just sent for your father’s Manuscript to learn how to apply your work for results. I’m thankful for this book written by Dr. Wallace as I have always believed that a person should be shown how to do anything that they need to learn.
The letter written to me said that I can get anything that I want using these secrets. I already know the book, “Think and Grow Rich” and am at present listening to CD’s of “The Secret” and I sure hope I can master the Manuscript. I think the first thing that I want is how to read faster, even before money, which I need badly. I’ve had speed reading courses but when I tried to apply the information, my comprehension suffered. But that is what I want most right now so that I can succeed when “following my heart”. I’m really looking for a “hand up” as was told to me in the letter to get the Manuscript.
There are some things that I disagree about being a member but if I let them stop me, I’ll never succeed. Instead of being selfish, I believe that I should be able to take care of myself and as I’ve been taught in Buddhism, one other person. I see no reason to reject altruism either. I like to serve, especially at my own social functions which I haven’t had much of being poor. If you have the time, I would cherish a note back from you so at least I know if you are there. As always, thank you so much.
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