All roads lead to Rome
After my discharge from the Army I spent most of the year doing nothing. I had divorced my wife due to infidelity, lost the one thing I’d ever been good at in my mind (Army Intel.), and physically I was in constant pain from a disc sitting on my spinal nerves. I was miserable.
Then a friend I’d met playing internet games sent me this book and told me that since she and I had had many conversations about spirituality and a deeper feeling of the world, that I might like to read this book. Well I did read it, and watched the video, and I innately understood what I was watching and followed through with everything I saw. Some good things came from it but nothing all too great or close to what I’d been aiming at.
After losing my job, my new girlfriend, and living in my truck for several months, I was broken inside.
A few months ago, after getting back on my feet, I found the note book I’d written down what I’d wanted from life in, and noticed that since then I’d found ways to get a hold of the people I’d needed and the things I’d needed to get those wishes/wants/needs into my life.
Slowly but surely I turned my life around. I began getting into the gym and gaining strength again (I now run, not walk or glide, on an elliptical 4-6 miles a day). Today for the last few hours Ive been talking to not one, not two, but five different recruiters in Washington D.C. area that want to bring me out there for jobs that aren’t what I was hoping for income wise… they are 2-3 times as much as I’d ever dreamed I’d see before working in those fields for a decade or more!! There is no ceiling, no roof, no end point to the possibilities.