One day I shall die. Life is all too short in this world. What is it that I should contribute to this world?
I came into this world as an orphan: a casualty of war, inheritor of the effects of the sins of my ancestors. God bless their souls, but what have our ancestors given us? With ever increasing divorce rates, we now have generations of people with at least one unavailable parent whose narcissism creates more parentless children. And is it the fault of our parents? What could they have done or what can we do to stop this madness?
Here is my attempt to create a Life Manual. Originally this was intended to be part of my will when I die, an inheritance gift to my future spouse and children. But I realized I could love more, I could give more if I give now and every day of my life instead of when I die. I want to give what was not given to me yet probably where it would be respectfully received.
I don’t have all the answers, yet I am coming to learn and experience through encounters with the supernatural. The purpose of this blog is to share my thoughts and experiences on how to live life to heal our society. A doctor can fail at his prescription to his patient. I’m not perfect [and not even a doctor], but I promise to be honest, admit when I’m wrong, and take ownership of the things I can and should own. The ultimate manual is with me and it will evolve as I live by example.