Mailbag, Round Whatever

I folded Lizzie into small pieces. But the letters did not stop.

~ Sarah Schmidt

 

Hi, Guy.

I hope you’re happy (and I don’t mean that in a sarcastic way); in other words: I hope you’re keeping well.

Kind regards from “Jason” in Europe

Thank you, “Jason.” For a long time, I thought I was incapable of happiness. Now I know better.

Happy to hear that.

The reason I’m contacting you now is because I’ve finally changed direction with my mindset and actions.

I’m now conscious of how little my actions affect the global picture but how much my actions affect the interpersonal picture.

I’d like to think I was always warm on a one to one basis. Maybe I’ll have greater personal happiness now that I’m divesting myself from perceived responsibility for the wellbeing of things outside my control.

Although this is what you’ve suggested for quite a while and I took it on board, it took experience to really hit it home.

🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

 

As a result of my move to Belize, the mud hut is for sale. Read the details here.

I will continue to pursue justice in the ongoing defamation case. Please join me.

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Thanks to my volunteer booking team for seeking additional volunteers in support of my speaking tours. If you would like to host me in your area, please send me a message at guy.r.mcpherson@gmail.com

I’ve received several requests for a workshop focused on emotions for people who accept the evidence underlying our near-term demise. Such a workshop is described here. It is generally available at the homestead I occupy in Belize.

I’m featured in a video series that airs now and then. Catch all released episodes of the Guy, Fawkes, and Jamen show here.


My latest book is available in audio, and can be purchased here. Ms. Ladybug and Mr. Honeybee: A Love Story at the End of Time is intended for ages 11 and up.

Mugs, tote bags, iPhone cases, tee shirts, and other pragmatic goods affiliated with the book are available here