My suffering by giving for the benefit of others is believed to be a part of my spiritual DNA and was realized early on in my life. The result; I usually have only what I need because of my desire to help others to become what they want to be and want to achieve in their lives.
Were I not as outward focused my material gains might possibly be more but not nearly as satisfying, although my hardships have been more than the pleasures I hope will come in more abundance during my lifetime but if not, hopefully in my afterlife. I have only this life to give and have made my life's default position one of giving. So be it!
One of the ways I give is by sometimes giving something I don't have. Let me explain'My Son and daughter live in Seattle. I would like to give them the opportunity to meet with you. Not that they should ask you for anything but for you to personally engage them either together or separately affording them opportunity to have a possible onetime experience that so many others, including myself, could desire but will never have.
As my children, Robert Jr. (42) and Brenda renee' (36), are what I have given foremost to mankind and the world. It is said 'you give of yourself when you truly give. Possessions should not rule the life you live'. To me, this is my way of giving that means the most. I would like nothing more than to give this gift to them. I understand the necessary vetting is not only appropriate but required. They would also understand that, and I would not attempt to establish an opportunity like this if it means compromising you, your Family, or our collective credibility's was there anything to fear or dread. I hope your decision will be affirmative and will provide their contact information or pass yours on to them as you determine.
Financially giving is another matter, one that also benefits others by providing opportunities for some to achieve a personal goal and milestone and the reason I initially drafted this letter to you. I am President and Founder of the G.V.N-C. Foundation. I take a humble amount of pride in supporting the efforts of students from my hometown of Eudora Arkansas by awarding 25 educational scholarships over some many years now, and through some times that was both encouraging and discouraging. Persistence and dedication is what has gotten those who have supported the efforts of the organization effort through those times.
Terms and conditions might limit me but I have done my best, given the circumstances.
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