Thank you for showing so much interest, and I'm glad you wish to learn. However, Randall and I have chosen to go a different way than most common law trust purveyors. Where many of them get overly wordy and complicated and develop it into a business and almost an academic institution, we have preferred to take more the spiritual approach, which is to keep it simple, concentrate the best of all approaches into a shorter form, free up the user's time, and leave more time free for spiritual practices and quality time with the family.

After all, money, possessions, asset protection, physical things, and all the concerns about them, are not everything. You know that the meaning of life is much deeper.

There are complicated websites and extensive common law seminars, books, and verbose speakers who will hold forth for hours about all manner of trust philosophy and so on. In the end, we observe that they end up providing no more real benefit than we do, by keeping it simple. In fact, simplicity can be more effective than complexity and time-consuming learning curves.