Hi Mr. Hamilton,
The Neothink Society has given us hope that there is a purpose for life.
We have been bouncing around year after year with many questions, like: why are we here, what is the purpose of life, why is life so hard, just for starters.
As we read the Neothink books and see how things can be…well, my heart starts to fill with excitment! Also at the same time, my heart aches knowing that we have been preparing our girls for life the way we have been doing it. Our girls are 18 & 15 yrs. old. We have taught them through our words and actions, that if you want things in life, like a car, home, family, vacations you will have to get a job that will support those things. It may not be your dream job, but it has to pay for what you want. They have seen us work hard their whole lives, with no spring break vacations or any vacations to fun/exciting destinations. There was never any money for “extra” things. We had money only for our survival…no frills.
We are so tired all the time… trapped. We do not want this kind of life for our girls or us!
As we absorb the Neothink way our talks with our kids has changed drasticly. We are now encouraging them to find work that they love,learn all areas of your work,every little detail so that they will know and do their work most effectively. To get the whole picture. Then their great lives will be on track, with no grind or rut.
Dave and I are working on finding our Friday Night Essence. We started in the working world when we were both 15yrs. old. This has been a bit of a struggle for us, remembering what it is that we are naturally drawn to.
Our family is still a work in progress. It feels good to know that we can change things, to find the life we’ve been dreaming of.
Thank you for instilling hope in us.
Judy & Dave D.
Hi Mr. Hamilton,