A True Worthwhile Discovery
Neothink makes me want to shout joyous testimonials from my rooftop. I simply wish I had discovered these honest truths sooner in life. I wish I could have shared them with my dad before he passed away.
I have never discovered anything as passionate, heartfelt and sincere as these truths provided to me by the Neothink Society.
I can attribute my ‘wanting to live life to the fullest’ attitude to the society. The Society helps me to relax, disseminate illusions, and view through smoke screens to the core truths about everything. I now see life clearer and feel really good about a true passion of being a part of it!
It instills in me the will of, not necessarily wanting more, but knowing more (although, my work status, social life, and marriage has much improved).
I remembered asking myself during the loss of my father, “why?” I really wanted to make him proud of me before losing him.
I don’t know if I ever found the answer to “why” he died, but no one else’s explanation sufficed … That’s for certain. Even after all these years I wondered what must have went through his head while he lie there dying, leaving everything he had accumulated behind … including his kids.
Besides telling me to take care and wishing me well, I’ll never truly know his last thoughts. But the one thing that I can be certain of, is that if he were a part of the Neothink Society, he would be at peace knowing the limitless knowledge I was capable of accumulating through the heirlooms and revelations associated with the Society.
His dying words, “Take Care” would have been more resounding and said with more confidence and conviction. His last words would have been more like a demand rather than a parting wish. And I am sure of this!
Being a part of the Neothink Society allows me to seek answers from a real-life perspective … Not just an “anti-civilization” perspective. I am now an acheiver regardless of my financial status (though it is much improved). I now walk with a passion for life, a true love and desire for others to acheive their goals, and a new-found drive to contribute effectively to society.
The Society reaffirms a sensation that has dwelt in the pit of my stomach as a child – that gut feelings that I had throughout my adolescent years, and it remains in the consciousness of my being as an adult … That I am not only a part of the “here-and-now”, but that I am also part of a much larger picture. I am a part of a Conscious Universe.
‘No man is wholly free in the anti-civilization. He is a slave to the man-made laws of the land and the politician’s greed for wealth, fortune, and fame … Else the people restrain him from acting according to his will alone.’ Euripides (485 B.C.)