In the not so distant past, I was offered the opportunity to read Neothink. My father knew I had been struggling with disappointments in my life. He gave me the chance to join him on a journey to overcome my problems and understand the world better. He was excited and inspired by the content within the secret heirlooms. He explained the reading was the most thought provoking, scientific and factual material he had ever read in his life time. My father is a retired Dow Chemical Plant Manager and Chemist. He also is a retired computer programmer for the Department of Environmental Air Quality in the State of Michigan. I was amazed by his claim. He was engaged in reading material which he said would help him find eternal happiness, wealth, health, love, romance, mental power and at long last discover his purpose in life.
For several years, I had been struggling with my career. I had moments of success, but advancement was limited. I came to realize, in order to get ahead, I had to sacrifice my standards and beliefs. Then I had to sell out to management leaders who side stepped the mission in favor of their own interest. I learned that some managers go through the motions of respecting and practicing process, while all along taking short cuts or creating an illusion that everything is on the up and up. It’s a game the medical profession plays with the government.
A sentinel event is a serious offense in a hospital. It means death or dismemberment happened to a patient because of negligence. I’m aware of a sentinel event that occurred in a facility I worked in. The doctor responsible generated a lot of revenue for the hospital at the time. Despite repeated pleas from an assisting nurse to stop, because the patient was suffering heart problems, he continued with a procedure and the patient died. As his penalty, he paid a monetary settlement, got a slap on the hand and an invitation to return to his practice a few weeks later. I lost respect for my profession. I could not understand how nurses or people in high places would let a dangerous doctor return to work. He momentarily lost regard for human life. In my opinion, that patient was a specimen to him. I was stunned. I began working to protect my patients from the hospital and that doctor. I felt great hatred for my employer and professional leaders. Of course, those emotions drove a greater wedge between me and my goals to be a manager in nursing. I gave up. I had conflict I could not resolve. I began to drink to numb my pain. I was devastated with the realization I was at the peak of my professional career. My work became routine. I was withdrawn and spent a lot of time within the confines of my home. I poured all of my energy into remodeling my home in order to achieve some sense of accomplishment I couldn’t get with my “caring” career. I job hopped in hopes of finding greener pastures. I became depressed and after a few years trying to come to terms with my failure, at the age of 47, I sought counseling.
My counseling sessions lasted less than 4 weeks. My Dad was the one who rescued me from my life of stagnation and disappointment. He shared with me, that he too was at an all time low at the age of 74. He told me the reading material he wanted me to explore gave him hope, answers, insight and methods to achieve and grow your life no matter how young or old. At first, I thought it was too good to be true. But, I was on a path to self destruction and reading was better than resigning to failure. So, I began reading the Neothink multigenerational Packages and I got hooked on discovery and taking control of my life.
I found answers to questions and dilemmas that plagued me for years. The secrets offered me options on how to control and salvage my career. My eyes are wide open. The secrets have helped me to understand why deception is everywhere and how to confront it, expose it and straighten it out. I’m turning my disappointments into opportunity and renewing my passion for nursing. I also found the inner strength to reduce a daily drinking habit to once every week or two without the crutch of AA or counseling. Thanks to my Dad and Neothink, I am freeing myself from burden. I am living my life with a passion for honesty, health and happiness. My purpose is to share the secrets with anyone who has a desire to take control of life like I am.
Submitted with eternal gratitude for the teachings of Neothink…
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