The Way Out is In: Can You Hear Me Now? (Reconsidered)
Updated: Dec 18, 2020
I deleted the original post. I do not want to be perceived as being in a victim role. After sitting with this, I realized that I had not surrendered but gripped the wheel tighter. I often express the importance of replacing the question, Why me, with What can I learn from this? What is all of this about? I have had an ongoing struggle, over a decade, with the internet here. Last April, it went away completely. I now use my iPhone as a hotspot. It's challenging and, at times, I have been greatly discouraged. It takes hours to upload content, even small files. I am often unable to connect and stay connected. But it does not stop me.
Point of reference: Did I give up on the 298 when told that there were no records?
No, I did not. I am not one to give up. And there are many lessons in this experience. I must remain open to their emergence. As long as we remember that we live in a world of infinite possibilities, all is well. I am grateful to all who are aligned, support my work, and accept my offerings in the manner in which they are intended. I wish you peace and good health. Book Four on tap. (Photo: Creative Commons)