Thank you for your kindness and generosity. I cannot tell you the profound difference I already feel and the amazing people with whom I just spent a weekend have restored my faith in the human spirit. The energy and wholesale acceptance exhibited by everyone at the Cabin is a phenomenon in itself. I so appreciate your patience with me as well as your blunt, no-nonsense approach (I realize some folks may not like that but I like things straight up—oh, that’s right, you already knew that about me). And, I had no idea of the value of meditation. Maybe I wasn’t doing it correctly but it makes a HUGE difference in how I look at my environment.
I feel like an M & M that has had the hard outer shell removed and only the sweet, chocolate center is left. While, like all of us, I won’t be perfect, I understand the damage that fear and anger can do and not just to me. I’m sure Kris will take the “wait and see” attitude for a while but I believe that she won’t be able to resist the loving, helpful, strong man that is now emerging. I am committed to making myself into (or returning to) the fearless person you so aptly described to us through your example and enjoying all the abundance and love I deserve. I can hardly think about the experience without getting tears in my eyes and a lump in my throat and I’m excited about what the future holds for me and my loved ones. The light is far better than the dark—it’s really nice to see.
You are an awesome man who I will always respect and love.
Thank you, thank you, thank you from the bottom of my heart.
David A. Anderson