How my life has changed over the past year and a half. In the 1960s, I started out doing Accounting, only to find that I hated doing the same routine week in and week out. Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, Payroll, etc. etc. etc. So I moved onto Cost Accounting, which offered me a greater variety of different tasks and functions and a lot less stagnation.
I worked the next 4 years in Cost Control for Bethlehem Steel Company and 8 years for General Dynamics, Corp., and all 12 years were at the Fore River Shipyard in Quincy, Massachusetts. Then, I spent 21 plus years with Stone & Webster Engineering in Boston, MA where I enjoyed the variety of work and many different kinds of projects. I can honestly say that during those 34 years I was never totally bored and did everything I could to keep construction costs under control, in spite of the government regulations and change orders they created.
In 1995, Stone & Webster Engineering, Inc. (a 125 year old company) filed for bankruptcy because there were no more Nuclear Power Plants to be built in the United States. Since then, my life has become dull performing boring and stagnated jobs and going nowhere. During this period, my wife, daughter and myself, started the Open Arms Child Care Center in Massachusetts. We rented a building in Dec. 1996 but because of government regulations and slow performance, on their behalf, we never opened our doors until June, 1997, and six months with no income for the rent. Therefore, because we were excepting state vouchers, the state was regulating what fee’s we were allowed to charge all of our clients, and with constant new laws and regulations, (such as the wearing of rubber gloves) added cost was not in the fee base etc. Combined with the fact that our landlord wanted to sell the building, which had no room for further expansion, the three of us decided that it was best not to relocate but instead, to close our doors at the year’s end, 2002 and, in 2003, we bought our home, here in Florida, where we reside today.
Everything is once again looking up since my discovery of my “FNE” Friday Night Essence, which falls into the Architectural category and the future Paradise Cities-Community Developments. Thanks to Mark Hamilton’s letter and the open door to all his wonderful manuscripts, I have put all the excitement back into our lives. Also, thanks to the Neothink Society of Secrets, The Clubhouse Congregations, The Twelve Visions Party, and The Prime Law of Protection, and now with the separate involvement in the Global Information Network at our door step, we are on Our Journey to the Whitehouse and the (C of U) Civilization of the Universe.
I’ve never been happier, Thanks to you, Mr. Mark Hamilton, for all your help, support, and mentoring.
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