My dear Mentor;
Seven years ago my world began collapsing. I was in my late Seventies. A person whom I dearly loved died suddently from an aneurysm. which caused our business partnership, because of his death, to be thrown out of the State Supreme Court. This action wiped out the rest of my life savings. The resulting stress perpetuated a viral attack of Shingles which hit my eyes, leading to eight months of blindness, plus my faithful ”94 Suburu broke down five time in six weeks. I could not work.I had only my Social Security. My friends and neighbors worked. I was alone. For the first time in my life, I felt helpless and truly sucicidal. How could I live with this depletion of health, comfortable lifestyle, and being dependent on my children? Everything I had worked for and loved was gone. Even my townhouse, which was only..09 tents of a mile from the beach, had 4 contracts rejected;by the Inspectors, It seems my house was sinking because twenty-five years ago, the complex had been build over a filled in creek, but I was not told.
Starirng Eighty in the face, I was overwhelmed. I had no money, strength, nor time to engage in another civil law suit.
Then , I was introduced to Neothink. It lifted me from despair. I’ve met dedicated, intelligent people with whom I am able to share a dream. I CAN become the personn I was meant to be–and I am “becoming” with eagerness and committment. My Neothink brothers and sisters share my dream for a world of peace, health, real justice, opportunity, fininacil success– and sharing lasting romantic love.
Now at eighty, I am picking up –with a wiser zeal to make a difference– the research I abandandoned thirty-five years ago. And hopefully–according to Neothink’s philosophy and intent, I’m not too old to find an active gentlemen who wants to share my goals and companionship. The interesting, fulfilling future beckons. Charlene B.