Just an update, nothing special. I decided to delete all of the previous posts in this blog, simply because it was all utter nonsense. This is me being entirely honest. I had absolutely no idea what the hell I was talking about when I wrote all that crap. I had seen nothing of the real world. Its easy to spew advice and preach about how others should live their life, but when you start to apply it in your own life, you realize just how stupid / silly everything was.
I see the world in a completely different way now. I still want this blog to have a purpose, since it has *some* visibility on the internet. Since I am still very much involved in self-help and finding ways to improve my own life, I would like to keep this blog open for the possibility of writing here in the future.
For now, I would like to kindly ask for anyone that links here to not remove this blog from their list of associated websites. I have plans for my life in the future and this blog has some level of reach across the internet. It would be nice if I can keep that without sacrificing my own personal integrity by leaving the garbage that was posted here to linger on after my life has changed by a whole 180 degrees.
Before you ask, no, I do not intend to ever make money off this blog, nor will I ever do such a thing. I am however in the process of developing tools that will lead to extraordinary change in one's life and mindset, and I would like to keep this blog around as a way of touching the lives of more people once I have completed my project(s).
For now, I wish you good luck in your journey of self discovery and self fulfillment. As a token of my gratitude, I will share with you a book that has changed my life forever. It is called "The Six Pillars of Self Esteem" by Nathaniel Branden. The only thing that I will say is that this book, and this man have led a vehement atheist to find peace and god in his life. I don't mean that in a religious sense either, as I did not convert into any religion (nor do I intend to). However, I did find spirituality on a level so profound that it has brought me to feel emotions that I never thought even existed, to cry like I have never cried, and to experience life in ways that I have never thought were possible. In short, I have seen the miracles of life unfold before my very eyes.
I'd like to share the story with you, and one day I might get the chance. For now, I leave you with a link to the book.
Have a great day, and good luck.