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November 4, 2007

So close…yet so far….

 

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You know…I was almost ready to call a quits to a certain “portion” of our business. When I reviewed the time, the effort, the lack of financial reward and the petty “shit” that exists out there from people, I was so ready to say – screw this – I can make better money somewhere else. Now I won’t tell you what that portion of the business was but boy I was so close…so close.

And then I thought about our attendance at the Human Rights Campaign “Celebration of Faith and Diversity” Town Hall Meeting in St Petersburg yesterday (that we filmed) and some of the important comments that were made to GLBT people. And then (most importantly to me), by far the most important thing to me, I received an email yesterday from one of our supporters who made this simple comment in their email – “I really enjoyed your   ….. – Where were you when I was growing up.”

That one comment alone reminded me why I do what I do. I don’t do it because I make good money, I don’t do it because of riches and fame – I do it because there are people out there who appreciate it, need it and want it to be apart of their lives. So I will stick with it, not because there are people who want to tear you down when they get the chance but rather I will stick with it because I know there is at least 1 person out there who appreciates it.   And that’s all that matters to me.

Thomas

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