When I was 11 years old, I had a friend that bought ices on the way home from school. He often bought one for me as well. One day I had an apple. He wanted a bite from my apple and that sounded weird to me. I didn't want to give him the bite but he reminded me of the ices. At that moment, I realized this was the price of his gifts.
When I was growing up in New York, my mother was knocked down and had her purse snatched. Some friends of my sister told her they could have some of their friends take care of this. She said no because she knew their friends and didn't want to be in debt to mobsters. This is the price for the gift.
What is the price of your gift?
What is the price of the gift of Compumatrix?
I'll ask you this. What is the price of LOVE? The price is you have to give it away. You have to give it away for it to have any value. Compumatrix is a business unlike any other. Most people are familiar with MLM where you have to share or you won't make any money. In Compumatrix, you don't make money from people you share with. Compumatrix is more of a group endeavor. We all grow the business together.
What is the price of this gift? Stand corrected: what is the price of this gift if not shared?
You can enjoy the fruits of the labor that this business called Compumatrix represents and not share at all but was it not shared with you? Have you ever heard of “one-sided” love? I’m sure it happens all the time but do you want to be either partner in this scenerio? One partner may not be aware while the other is frustrated. (This is how I envision MLM. I like the concept but not the result!)
There are several Administrators in Compumatrix that are responsible to making this happen. Today, I reflected on them and thought wouldn’t it be great to collect their mental abilities into one function and submit the results to the Smithsonian?