Lieutenant Colonel Joshua T. Jones
Dear Lt Col Jones,
Thanks for the opportunity to talk with you about Life Force “The Living Vision (LFLV)” on December 3, 2009. LFLV is a non-profit, 501c3 tax exempt organization that helps kids to survive and succeed. Its primary purpose is to simply transform the trends of apathy, disillusionment, and hopelessness of today’s youth to one of balance, hope and harmony to the community. LFLV’s mission is to serve at-risk youths by involving them in programs to reward their individual and team efforts in becoming productive, constructive, and caring citizens. LFLV provides vision and a structured discipline training platform to monitor a child 24/7, 365 days a year. It is the bridge for lower economic folks to train their kids and themselves for a more responsible role in society.
LFLV has proven through dedication, hard work, and caring, a true desire to make a difference in this society. Its unlimited potential is to guide kids and thereby establish a functional structured discipline platform (SDP) to bridge the gap between hoping on a star and seeing the hope materialize into an industrious reality. LFLV removes apathy and disobedience in a child’s heart and soul by paying a child to do daily chores and invest in their integrity. This concept is so unique that LFLV’s roadmap is registered /copyrighted in the Library of Congress.
It is estimated that it will take two generations to turn a world of hopelessness around. When a child looks you in the eye and ask you to be his /her daddy because you simply care for he/she and created a SDP for them to be nurtured, we have created an attitude shift The time for CHANGE is now. This is where I need your help. We need folks to provide physical training, drill and ceremony as well as serve as role models. The ROTC programs (both Army and Air Force) can provide this support as a joint services operation. LFLV needs your wisdom and professionalism to make a difference in a child’s life. LFLV has the tools and structure to produce good, caring, and productive citizens. You have the manpower and support needed to make it happen.
The fate of our children is a constant concern. LFLV aim is to involve the entire family in this highly motivated, goal-oriented, and incentive reward program. LFLV emphasizes individual self-esteem, moral discipline, high academics, leadership, physical fitness, and citizenship. It takes everyone’s combined initiative, energy, and creativity to move LFLV forward. It takes you! For more information, please visit our website at www.lflv.org. I can be reached by phone at 913-683-5441 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attached you will find a few interesting documents on the history of LFLV and the children we call: KMT Centurions.
Dan “The Driver” McIver