Dear Mr. Hamilton
I’m writing this letter this letter so I can share some of my personal experience. If this letter can help just one person then it will be well worth it. When I first came across your teachings I had recently lost my job, my mom was dying and I was drinking and smoking pretty heavily. At first I was hesitant to send in for your heirloom books but I said what the hell. By the time I got to the second Neothink book lights started flashing in my mind. It was a revelation! Your theories about how politics work really opened my eyes. I started looking at the world differently. Its two words you put in my brain I’ll never forget, that’s neo-cheater and god-man. I try my best to steer clear from the neo-cheaters and I try to strive to be a god-man. As for my present life, times are a lot tougher than they were 10 yrs. ago but thanks to you, I have a new attitude toward life. Before your books I might have been running around worrying myself to death wondering what the next day will bring. But now, each day I wake up is like a new challenge, a new adventure. I feel more alive now than I did when I was making the most money in my life. Life seems more precious and has more meaning now. In the past few years I’ve developed quite a thirst for knowledge. I spend quite a bit of time taking free classes, going to seminars and even spending time in my local church. In one of my classes, my teacher would let me put old sayings on the board. Many of the younger students never heard them and were inspired by them. It’s even gotten to a point that I’ve developed a small following. If I don’t give out my weekly sayings they will actually txt me back and demand one. Well that’s all I have to say for now. In closing I would like to leave you with one of my favorite sayings:
It’s not the size of the dog that’s in the fight,
It’s the size of the fight that’s in the dog.