Dear Mr. Mark Hamilton:
I am troubled by many things. I appreciate the fact that you selected me into the Society, and I thank you. However, the Society seems to be for people with jobs. You see, for about three years, I have tried to find a job with no glimmer of success. I graduated from Texas A&M University-Texarkana as a Magna Cum Laude and a bachelor’s degree in General Studies. I also have an Associate in Arts degree from Texarkana Community College.
I just do not understand: I did all the correct things. I made decent choices. I chose not to follow America’s anticivilization even before I joined the Neothink Society. Now, at 27 years old, the anticivilization keeps me down; it will not give me a single chance. Here is why I am writing to you, Mr. Hamilton. Because I have not experienced the work force, the information in my three heirlooms do not seem to apply to me. For example, the mini-day schedule only applies at a place of work; I don’t have a place of work. Furthermore, the anticivilization seems to attack me most of all. I’ll tell you why:
As I said earlier, I chose not to accept the ways of America’s anticivilization long before I joined the Neothink Society. I wrote a code of moral and civil conduct, my superpuzzle, and I have adopted it as my Bible. In that code, I explain the three virtues: morality, equality, and civility. Morality is the principle of correct actions and wrong actions. Equality is the principle of balance and mutual respect to one’s peer. Civility is the idea of order which results from the union of morality and equality. To simplify it, he or she must know right from wrong to achieve mutual respect in a world free from corruption, perversity, and disarray-a Society of the Universe.
Using my code as well as the Neothink mentality, I believe the negative forces in the anticivilization have obstructed me from the success I deserve. Nevertheless, I can not achieve success without a start in life. I know I must live in the evil America (anticivilization), but I refuse to sacrifice my code. All I want is a chance before my life passes. I know you are a busy man, Mr. Hamilton, but I do not have anyone else to talk to. Why can I not get a fair chance in life? Why does the anticivilization torment me so? Do I really belong in the Society?