I believe I was put on this earth to help the world not just people. Mentoring people and showing them how live the life they want so all mankind can benefit. And think about it... The things I say, have you ever heard them before? Sure you’ve heard people say “you gotta see it before you do it”, and little hints like that from the great philosophers, but “thoughts become things” and breaking things down the way I do, and everything connecting perfectly, have you ever heard anything remotely close to it? I haven’t! Nor have my followers.
Other philosophies and religions have theories and stories with not holes but gaps. They leave so many questions unanswered that more than 90% of each and every one depends on blind faith. There's none of that here. It all just adds up effortlessly and perfectly like nature.
So it’s obvious that I’m being given information thats never been displayed, in this form, on this earth before. And if that’s not extraordinary enough for you, all this information comes to me just after God puts me in a position where I get paid to sit at home and think. And that’s just it! Sitting at home thinking and meditating is how I got the information in the first place.
So lets look at the order of events. I grow up with an unshakeable thirst for a deeper knowledge of life and the world around me. God puts me in a position where I get paid to sit at home and actually stop, think, and meditate. And in doing so I receive the information I’ve longed for my whole life, and an almost obsessive drive to use this information to help people which is helping the world around me.
I believe that everything happens for a reason. And even if I did believe in coincidences, which I don’t, this would be a really really big one.
-Retired at 29.
-Known worldwide for my philosophy less than 3 years later.
Both uncanny, but together unheard of.
This is one of the biggest reasons I can’t stop and won’t stop writing what comes to me, when it comes to me. I believe!
I might sometimes only work from midnight till 4 or 5am but I’m working hard!! The religion and Science both agree that the hardest occupation a man can have is controlling his thoughts. I bust my butt all day long keeping my mind right so I can manifest perfection into my life. 60,000 thoughts a day and I’m obsessed with making, at the very least, 30,001 of those thoughts positive. And the only way to tell if I or anyone else is working hard at that is to look at their life around them.
*The people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do. - Steve Jobs