About Andy!


Welcome dear interested!

I am Andy.

We need to spread awareness, to spread wisdom & to spread love while we’re doing it. If the minority wants peace, the minority must take action.

To make a living by writing this blog is a big dream for me. I think the best reality for an individual is that where he can teach & be taught without much hinderance. Money is a big hinderance… My biggest dream is to see money disappear, but since that is not going to happen in my life time, I would like to master the ways of this society in my own tempo, in my own personal balance.

Also, I would like to write a book! A book about general improvements to society & life. One day… one day…

 

I have set up a Patreon page where, if you feel the need to help me in more ways than just liking, commenting & subscribing – can help me with as little as ONE DOLLAR per month.

 

420 thoughts on “About Andy!

  1. Julia says:

    Hi Andy, thanks for visiting my blog, and kudos to you for choosing to be in the active minority. I believe the majority do want peace, but most of us are too preoccupied with the distractions and responsibilities of life to work for it actively. However, I think you are on the right track in writing and reading and seeking. I pray you will be richly blessed with wisdom and understanding!

    • Mind of Andy says:

      Such kind words to wake up to… Thank you! :)
      And yeah, the majority probably does, but as you say, they are just too preoccupied – so do they REALLY want peace? Hmm.
      Keep on shining like the light, you!

  2. K. Q. Duane says:

    My dear young man, you are living in utopian commune based on socialism, or if it is sans religion, communism. These arrangements have been tried and tried again (1870s, 1930s, 1960s and 1970s) and have ALWAYS failed because those few who do most of work are eventually disgusted by the MANY who sit on their asses and contribute nothing substantial to the group. And when those few leave, the group implodes. So, unless you are one of the later, you will eventually be VERY disillusioned by this arrangement. My advice would be to find your Protestent faith once again. It will teach you that the only true and proven route to real joy and happiness comes from within and this can only occur when your life is guided by Christ’s teachings. Thanks for following my blog. Good luck and God bless.

    • altruistico says:

      I am afraid I have to agree with K. Q. on this one. I am not saying you should give up your dream, however, having said that I believe in God and I also believe that “all things are possible through God the Father. including a plan, if it is His will, that this project you undertake, will flourish. But first, renew your faith in the One true God. That of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.

      Yours in Christ;
      altruistico (Michael)

      • Mind of Andy says:

        I too believe in God, I just chose not to sit around and do nothing about my dreams. I’ve seen the potential for growth, and I refuse to do nothing about it.
        Thanks for commenting.

        • altruistico says:

          I do actually understand. But then too I do understand that, at any age, it is not a wasting of our time to wait but a bit longer on God and His plan…… Patience is a virtue my young friend….. and all things seemingly work out best for those who wait …..

          God bless and keep you.

  3. MrJohnson says:

    “I do not understand that so many people tend to create, evolve and live in their own misery. I just don’t get it.”

    No offense but you’re 17 years old, you’re not suppose to “get” much of life yet. Possibly you are more evolved and enlightened than other 17 year olds but you’re still 17. You don’t even have the opportunity to be in debt from credit cards. I’m sure you have had your own unique experiences but anyone 10+ years older than you will find it hard to take you seriously.

    • Mind of Andy says:

      I’ve had many deep talks with 30-year olds who were thankful for the talks we had or the advice I gave them. I’ve even seen kids who just learnt to talk advice older people. Yes, some people might find it hard to take me seriously, like you maybe, but there will always be some people that are more open than others.
      Thank you for your concern :P

  4. Hi there outstanding blog! Does running a blog like this take a massive amount work?
    I’ve very little understanding of programming however I was hoping to start my own blog in the near future. Anyhow, if you have any recommendations or techniques for new blog owners please share. I understand this is off subject however I just needed to ask. Appreciate it!

    • Mind of Andy says:

      Hey you :)
      It does take a lot of work, yes. I wouldn’t say massive, but you would have to be dedicated I would say.
      All of this took me approx. 2-4 hours each day for 3 months. Since then I have only spent a very little amount of time on it, sadly..
      I do recommend you to try out as many different things as possible before “settling down” as I have, here on WordPress :)
      I hope you can use this reply for something, hehe.

      Good luck! And thank you for the compliment :)

  5. ashoeslife says:

    Email me I have some great ideas for your book. Teamwhilelife@gmail.com

  6. jumeirajames says:

    Fantastic blog. I hope all your dreams come true. We have a mutual admiration for the Dalai lama as well.

    I’ll keep an eye for your blogs.

  7. What a marvelous undertaking! May it grow into fruition effortlessly!

  8. nyparrot says:

    Way to go, Andy! Looking forward to reading your book once it’s out!

  9. elantil says:

    So I’ve decided to pass on this cookie to you…. As a sidenote, this is not spam, I swear.

    http://gamerbiblophile.wordpress.com/2012/12/23/pass-the-cookie/

  10. Ganesh Raam says:

    You are awesome man.. I hope you are still 16 but this is fantastic thoughts… Way to go! :)

  11. I just nominated you for a One Lovely Blog Award!

  12. myimmanuel says:

    Much success to you in your endeavor and aspiration to inspire others! Thank you for visiting myImmanuel!

  13. sweetpea0944 says:

    Keep your dreams alive. Wow, you are an inspiring young man. Write that book and change the world. Thanks for visiting my blog http://sweetpea0944.wordpress.com/

  14. Lyn Lindsay says:

    Hi Andy, thanks for visiting my blog. You have a great blog here, I’m really glad I came to see it. Your ideas and aspirations are impressive and I really hope you do get your book written. The world would indeed be a better place if people were less concerned about themselves and thought more of others, and your challenge is a good one. Keep up the good work! Best wishes, Lyn

  15. Ine says:

    Well you’ve got my attention, at 16years or so and wanna change the world? I’m with you on that all the way hehe. Am also a musician (singer, composer, producer). All the Best!

    • Mind of Andy says:

      Wauw, most interesting! You’ve got mine too hehe :)
      Have you made anything open for the public? I sure would like to give your music a listen!
      And thank you for the support, it is highly valued!

      • Ine says:

        Hey sorry for the late reply, i just had a baby girl on the 27th of Dec hehe Her name is Aaliyah and is such a beauty. anyway theres a few songs I have on youtube of me singing (sorry no vdo clips yet lol):

        those are only ‘some’ of the tracks I’ve featured on… theres a few more on youtube if you just search :)

        Hope you’re doing well!

  16. jesshatcher says:

    Hey! Loving your blog, it’s looking good :) I nominated you for a Liebster award! Check it out! http://411design.wordpress.com/2012/09/06/liebster-award/

  17. Paulina Czarnecki says:

    Good luck with your book! :) Thanks for checking out my blog. :D

  18. simonandfinn says:

    Hi Andy – I really like your writing style – it’s refreshing and unique, and also hints at a very interesting mind. Love the background on your blog as well – beautiful!

  19. Rejoycin says:

    Andy,
    I like the direction of your book and mant blessings in you endeavor to finish!
    Thank you for following my blog – best Denise

  20. Thanks Andy for your like! Fantastic blog you have here! You’ve made a friend all the way in Singapore :) Cheers!

  21. good2begone says:

    Your honesty and spirit are inspiring. They extend beyond your years!

  22. Thanks so much for liking my post. I’m very impressed by your blog and your future book endeavors – best wishes and lots of Light on your journey!

  23. Hey Andy, thanks for the like on my recent post. I actually just took a look around your blog and I’m digging it. Also, “right on!” on the decision to writing a book. I’ve been wanting to write a book for a long time, but only recently decided on what I may actually write it on. Good luck :)

  24. maddiefiles says:

    Andy, I wanted to take a moment to thank you for liking my most recent post on The Maddie Files. I took a look at your blog, too, and love that you are such a positive thinker! Peace to you, The Original Maddie!

  25. project1979 says:

    Thanks for the LIKE and THANK YOU for being awesome!

  26. nightlake says:

    Thank you for the like on my post. Good luck with your book, aspirations and long-term goals:)

  27. Thanks so much for liking my new vampire novel “The Legacy of Blood” so far…check back for more, it only gets better! :) Keep it up with your own book, trust me, it’s well worth it and so self-satisfying when you finally finish it!

  28. Aimee says:

    Hi Andy, thanks for liking my post about robots! All the best with your book!

  29. Nice to meet you Andy, looking forward to sharing tea sometime :)

  30. Thanks for stopping by my recent post Andy.

  31. coastalmom says:

    Ahhhh Andy, Good for you! I have wanted to write a book since I was seven! In a few years that will have been fifty years ago! When I was twenty, I wanted to write a novel and thought I hadn’t had enough life experience and so I wrote poems instead.
    Don’t ever stop writing! Ever!
    And let me tell you that a sixteen year old boy CAN write a book! I am excited to read yours!
    Now you have inspired me to go click through my almost finished novel that I haven’t pulled up for a while and finish it!!!!

  32. hi Andy. keep running – towards something and not away.
    regards, Raymond, (Spence Sense)

  33. greenermums says:

    I think it’s wonderful that you already have such insight into the human race/society and its inherent flaws. I look forward to having a look through your blog. Keep up the good work :-)

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