A Message of Gratitude | #ThankYouPatrons

I’m grateful every day for my supporters, most especially my six amazing Patrons: David B., John K., Michael K., Sha’ul Y., Stephen M. and the lovely Susan C. I wouldn’t be able to do this without your support over at Patreon/2FingersBerben.

Sadly, I’m dealing with some personal losses and I might take the rest of the week to process. If I don’t ‘see’ any of you before Thursday please know just how much I appreciate all of you for being on this journey with me. Not just my ‘Special Six,’ I’m truly grateful for each and every one of you for taking time out of your day to share your thoughts with me.

So if I can urge you all to do anything this week of Thanksgiving, please Be Excellent to Each Other. Appreciate one another, love each other— don’t let a chance to tell someone you love them slip away, you never know if it’s the last opportunity you’ll have to do so.


  1. Ummmm….
    I’m awestruck at the purity of your connection with your viewers!
    I’m very sorry for your loss.
    It’s easy to see how much they meant to you.
    I’m making my list of people to call right now.

    But also, how do l become a Patron? I want to invest in the amazing way that you are creating eye opening and heart opening moments in lives all over the world!
    I don’t have a lot of money. In fact, someone might say that I don’t have any to spare.
    But I want to help. I said before that I don’t know how to repay you for touching my heart. So maybe this is a good start.

    Also, thank you for the very kind and supportive words in the other post.

    I have a crazy idea whenever you have time to contemplate it.

    I really do want to help. How?

    Humbly yours,
    Robert Ward


  2. Well, I think l figured it out, somewhat.
    I signed up to be a Patron.
    My first time!! 😂

    But I think l may have actually signed up twice.
    I’ll know when I get the bill from the Credit Card company.

    Anyway, have a WONDERFUL Thanksgiving and I’m going to follow your advice and
    “tell that someone that you love, just what you’re thinking of,
    if tomorrow never comes”. (Garth Brooks)



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