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Manifesting

By Butch

I’m in the last part of my life, and have started to reflect on my life from the beginning to now. Reflecting on where I was and where I am today is both amazing and wonderful. I came into this world unwanted. A lot of people feel unwanted but I really was. I had an unloving mother who put me into foster care 4 or 5 times. She even put me up for adoption once, but nobody wanted me. I came to realize that I manifested a way to survive the trials and tribulations of my early years.

At the age of 18 I joined the Air Force to see the world. I was stationed in Wisconsin and North Dakota. The years were 1963 to 1967 and the war in Viet Nam was cranking up. Close to 500,000 troops a year were serving in Southeast Asia. Somehow I manifested a way out of that trouble. Even the war effort didn’t want me.

But I succeeded. After service I manifested a factory job in Beloit that paid well. I decided I needed a wife to love me for ever and married a lady I met when I was 8 years old. Again, I manifested, this and we have been together for 46 years. We bought an old house and I realized that I didn’t want to move from my home. I have been here for 46 years. We wanted children and had 2 sons who have given us three wonderful grandsons. One son lives 10 miles away and the other lives 20 miles from me.

It took me many years of working through a large pile of shit to realize that I was extremely fortunate to have made it from my beginning to my now.

I was at the Beloit Farmer’s Market explaining this story to a friend of mine. I told my friend that I probably should have manifested more in my life. Then I saw a young boy and realized that all God gave him was that day, and all God gave me was that day. I realized that I can manifest everything that 12 year old can and maybe more because I know how.

I’m writing this to tell you to reach for the stars, manifest to your heart’s content, and manifest for all of us.…

A Thankful Man

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