Thanks @TheFIJourneyman, I think you’re totally right that spiritually and finances can exist together. Honestly, the only way I have been able to accomplish what I have was by listening as deeply as I could to what God and my soul were telling me to do, and then just do it. I remember very early on in my prison life, I heard a mental voice that just told me to start writing, as I’d want to remember these moments one day. So I started a journal. That journal turned into 3,000 pages, and some of the realest thoughts I’d ever thought. Those thoughts led me to want to do my best in life, and doing my best in life just naturally led me to accidentally creating wealth. Spirituality has led me to finding everything that’s good in life, and that includes a healthy, happy relationship with money.
On a serious note, thank you for your encouraging words. I just want to help people, It’s a scary feeling to be totally open with the world, because sometimes, the world can hurt you. You encouraging me to “sharing about what is possible” gives me the confidence to take the risk to help people without the fear of getting hurt.
On a less serious note, I hate that for three hours this Sunday we are not going to be in agreement about what the right outcome will be. May the Viking horn blow as our ship sails home with the championship flag flying. SKOL!