Most people live their life scared to try anything, and for a good reason. Some people are only out for what they can get—they don't know how to love and respect one another. It's a give and receive kind of thing that's not hard. I love to see people working together to build something, taking on all the problems that come along with what you are going through, and finding a solution together—one unit running like a fine-tuned custom engine. We as people have to look at who we are, and try and love more—help someone in need, and understand the worst day doesn't seem that bad when you love and have a wonderful life.
I would like to live with four women in a polygamous lifestyle—not to control women, or have lots of sex, but to work right alongside them. I think women make good decisions as far as finance and investments, and as a man, I love to cook, clean, and take on house duties. I like to run a tight ship, and I understand that nearly forty-seven percent of marriages are multiple, where there are other people involved—whether they know about it or not. To take on more than one wife often requires considerable amount of resources. This may put the lifestyle beyond the means of the vast majority of people who are honest and trustworthy, but who do not want to live their life like everyone else.
I say our government wants to control every aspect of our lives by dividing us and keeping us broke—one paycheck from being on the street. The American dream is an allusion—you will be able to maintain a nice home with a mortgage, bills, expenses, and the cost of living steadily rising. No wonder we have so many homeless men, women, and children. If you want to see it up close and personal, look into the eyes of a homeless child that does not know where their next meal is coming from or why they are homeless. I witnessed this firsthand while volunteering at a church in downtown Kansas City. It broke my heart to see this little girl in the cold, even though she was inside the church. I went to the back of the kitchen looking for empty containers with lids, like butter containers to put food in, and I made her a nice to-go package that would last her for a day or two.
It is socially acceptable to see a woman in an abusive relationship with a man who clearly doesn’t care, but a man that cares and has four or five women all working together is not acceptable. We see people being murdered on our streets every day—people are homeless, mothers and father hooked on drugs, and the kids living in horrible conditions, and we wonder why the world is so screwed up. We have to come together, and be kind to one another—look after the old that have paved the way for us all. I am sick and tired of seeing people hurt one another. It's time for a change. Polygamy is not for everyone, but if I could have a group of people who love this ideal of coming together for the right reasons; if I could start a family that could reach out and help someone—and in return that person reach out and help someone else— this would be a start!