I Want to Tell You a Very Short Story
by Richard Boyd
A man’s life is guided by the choices he makes on a moment-by-moment basis. We all have listened in our earlier age to those around us whom we believe care about us as a person and wish to benefit us by their input in what may assist us in our decisions making for our general welfare. We consider most the information we ask for; and most especially from those whom we consider a value to us. The best information, we discover as we grow older, does not always come from those close or whom we solicit. Bear this in mind when you read my short story because I am going to give you some unsolicited information.
I am now a 68-year-old man. I have been on my own since before puberty. I am a self-educated man. I raised three children as a single parent, and when I say I homeschooled my children you can surmise that my children, for the most part, were self-educated, with the exception of the teachings of the latter two by the oldest. The oldest is completely self-educated. His interest to read and write came at age 6. And by the time he was 7 years old he had a seventh-grade reading level and was doing sixth-grade math.
Having escaped from the orphanage at 15 years old in which I had been placed a few days before my 13 birthday, I was again on my own and entered the military at 17 years old for three years. I found that being around so many other people in the orphanage and the military, I was the one that others of any age would seek out for answers. I always wanted to know the truth in all things, and I found that others did not hold much value to me for information guiding me to the truth I sought. Remember, it is moment-by-moment that decisions are made, and one day that greatest of all moments came for me. I was 23 years old and in college. A young friend of mine about 18 or 19 years old, who would seek answers from me to some of his life’s questions, casually said to me, “Richard you should read this book.” Then he proceeded to tell me what the book was about – then I said, “That is something I’m not interested in.” He shrugged his shoulders, then quietly and politely said “Okay” before walking away.
I was fortunate; another moment came for me to make the same choice 37 years later. I was 60 years old when my oldest son came to me and said to me, “Dad, you need to read this book.” I said, “When I was 23 years old a friend of mine told me I should read that book. I told him then and I’m telling you now, I’m not interested in that book.” My son, like my friend 37 years earlier, is quiet and polite. He didn’t shrug, he didn’t say “Okay,” he didn’t walk away. He said, “Dad, I didn’t say you should read the book – I said you need to read the book.” I said, “Son, what could possibly be in that book that I need to know?” With reverence he looked at me and said, “answers that have evaded you your whole life and most importantly answers to questions you never thought to ask.”
I read the book – it changed my life. My oldest son saved my life. 8 years have passed; my oldest son has now written a book. His book, like the book he gave me, is life-changing – with answers to questions you never thought to ask.
His book contains the answers that affects the lives of every man, woman and child in the world and those who ever will be. All your choices affect all your other choices – your decisions are your life. Buy the book – have it in your home available to others until your moment of choice is positive.
America will be saved by the individuals who have knowledge gained by the answers given in this book. Then, America, as she should be, by the men and women of honor, together as the symbol of integrity and courage, will save the rest of the world as man, the individual sovereign. Your moment of choice is here – you need to read the book – “America Vs. Anti-America: the History of the Anti-American Revolution with Principles for Patriots” by Boyd Richard Boyd. Go to www.catwyp.com now!
Be the greatest of moral persons – pass this information along to those who are of value to you; as I was to that young 18 or 19 year old friend 45 years ago. I present you my son, Boyd Richard Boyd – author of America vs. Anti-America, available at catwyp.com.