Bob had a beautiful Manhattan apartment. He made it beautiful for the people he brought there. He was not extravagant. If he saw something he wanted, he would just purchase it, whether it cost fifty cents or a hundred thousand dollars. His beautiful Manhattan apartment cost much more than that. He bought it outright, and when he learned that Manhattanites loved weekends in the country, he bought an estate near the Catskills.
Bob had more money than any of his clients, because he was focused on making money. That was not his primary focus. He was not a fool. But he knew it would help him achieve his other goals.
Bob was well-known among celebrities, and well-loved. He had a spiritual understanding and he was able to communicate it to them. They lived in a spiritually flat world, because they were the Gods of modern times, and they were eventually forced to acknowledge that they were not Gods at all, they were not whatever it was that everyone else was worshipping, and they had to find God elsewhere.
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