Very well said, Bill. Jordan is a brilliant researcher, and in my personal case, his research lead me to where I am today - a very long while ago. I'm sure many people can say the same. I'm very privileged to have been given the opportunity to meet and interview Jordan this upcoming spring, and as you all might assume, I could write a book filled with questions I'd like to ask him.Then sit and listen to this. The first time I met Jordan was in 2008 with Kerry. He had been living for years in a dingy, dark, two-room apartment above a shop, with his sick brother who he was caring for, doubling as his office.
Jordan had no bedroom, and he slept on a mattress on the floor. He had no money at all, and has had none for many years. Kerry and I have done what we can to help him out.
Now I look forward to reading your reply.
I'm not sure I understand your statement? Jordan doesn't make a good deal of money, and he certainly isn't in "this field" to lie, make it big, or anything else. He's just doing what he came here to do, much like the rest of us.maybe he isn't very clever with money (most likely he isn't)and his karma has caught up with him...
I don't mean to sound preachy, I just hold a good deal of respect for the man.