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April 27, 2021 at 4:53 am #83817juliusthejulesParticipant
Dudely Lama said it would be good to post this in the forums after he had to whitelist me when I got blacklisted for using a VPN (my bad, not his), but I forgot to ask him which category, so here goes nothin’.
A thank you note/testimonial (from a few days ago actually. What day is this again?):
Hi, Abide U.! I hope you don’t mind me sending you this thank you note. But I wanted to give a testimonial of how Abide University helped me to succeed!
I am a graduate from Abide U., and I am now a professional Metaphysician writing about metaphysics on the Medium platform. I had already established myself and my writing there, I even made it into a publication known as CodeX. But what I had written there wasn’t fulfilling. I kept wanting to start over, but I already had followers who expected more of the same articles I had already written. I didn’t want to let them down nor did I want broken links everywhere. But just this morning, I decided to break through and start all over!
Over 2 hours ago I deleted the 7 or so articles I had already written, including the one in CodeX, just to focus solely on Metaphysics, something I had been wanting to do since March! I got 25 claps by my friend from Wales, UK for my 1st real article, “How To Recognize Divine Inspiration” and I feel so relieved! I wrote a second article an hour after that, “How the Subconscious Mind Works”. Writing this way comes so natural and easy!
I just wanted to say thank you for allowing me to study here and for affording me my honorary Ph.D. in Metaphysics, so I could truly be an authority on Metaphysics! But to be clear, I have been studying metaphysics for as long as I was old enough to read. I am a true Dudeist as well, not to mentioned an ordained Dudeist priest, just letting you know.
I just wanted to let you know this because it truly feels like play rather than work doing this gig! Tee-hee!
Dr. Joseph D. Smith, Ph.D.
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