What is respect … is it earned or should it be a given? Are your friends really your friends? Who are your enemies and why keep them close? Scott gives you an in depth view into his life with the New York Mob “La Cosa Nostra” and how it taught him respect. A profound insight into the true meaning of friendship and dealing with the harsh realities of ones enemies.
“Everyone Wants To Be a Gangster … Until It Is Time To Do Gangster Shit” – Unknown
It was a snowy January 1999 morning when Scott Binsack’s Lincoln Navigator slid of a mountainous cliff in the Delaware National Park. Ejecting him through the windshield into a ice and snow covered road where he lay face-down for close to an hour and a half before paramedics reached him. Several hours later and only after medical professionals deemed that he would be dead within the hour and having his last rights administered, Scott underwent surgery in an attempt to save his life. Suffering severe life altering head and chest injuries he died on the operating table for close to 4 minutes. For the first time in 14 years he shares this life altering event in grave detail. Out of fear of being ridiculed he kept the shocking details of what he experienced to himself and only a select few clergy and friends. Now he is ready to share the shocking truth. Scott further tells for the first time ever what he was going through in his life at the time of this near fatal event. A time when his life was in complete chaos and disarray.
“Recent 3D CT Scans Of Scott’s Skull Depicting The Serious Trauma He Suffered Requiring Numerous Prosthetic Plates and Screws To Reconstruct His Face / Head”
Is society brain washing you? Are your peers, family and friends controlling you? In the world there are wolves and there are sheep, and the wolves control the sheep who believe life has completion and thus an ultimate end. They are scripted by the wolves who eventually eat them along the way. There is no completion. The world is always changing. Life is always moving. Out of disorder comes order. It is never ending. Out of this madness I believe we all become/are tired and scared. Thus, seeking to know that it will all be okay and that there is a right direction to follow. Changing your state of mind to understand, to see what is really going on around you, to make solid decisions under pressure, to know your path and to live without fear… This is becoming the wolf. The wolf realizes there is no completion.
The old saying is that “The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence.” So how do we feel about love and life on the other side of the fence? In someone else’s yard so to speak! Is it better? Or is it really an illusion we create in our own minds to get us through the day or even in some cases our entire life? Wishing for something or someone better. In some cases, it is, but in many cases, it is not. Join Scott as he takes you through his powerful take on this subject.