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Restored Republic via a GCR: Update as of June 29, 2018

Compiled 29 June 12:01 am EST by Judy Byington

The below is a summary of information from the Internet. It would be up to the individual reader to decide whether or not it was valid.

“Patience is a Virtue. Having Virtue is a sign of a good moral being. A good moral being can overcome evil and change the world.”

A. June 28 2018 The Big Call, Bruce: Thebigcall.net: 712-770-4016 pin123456#

1. The 6,950 Tier 3s were affiliated with funding sources, took only 5% for themselves and were close to being finished by tonight June 28.

Thank you PinkRoses


Bruce: Welcome Everybody to the Big Call tonight. Let’s see where we are with an Intel perspective. It has been so strange. This has been an up and down week. It has been a rollercoaster ride even for me, because I had some information that indicated a certain couple days it looked like we were going. 

We had time and days. It did not happen. We had reason to believe that we were there and everything was complete, but it wasn’t. Where do we go from there? Where do I go from there from what I am getting? I get information at various times. Sometimes late at night and sometimes in the middle of the afternoon. It all depends. 

Bruce: Where we are now is we know the Tier 3s. Remember the 6, 950 individuals globally around the world were affiliated with funding sources. Meaning they had a certain amount of currency that had been ponied up for an exchange but just not receive their funds yet, but for the most part, not everyone. 

The Stories We Tell Ourselves
By J.D. Roth

I had lunch with Sabino yesterday. He’s my accountant — but he’s also my friend (and a loyal Get Rich Slowly reader).

I told Sabino about how our house has been a money pit over the nine months since we bought it. I told him how much fun I’ve been having with Get Rich Slowly since I bought it back, and about how much work it has turned out to be to get the site renovated.

Sabino told me about his businesses (he doesn’t just own the accounting firm, but bits and pieces of several other companies too) and about his kids (who, to the surprise of both of us, are all teenagers now). He’s worked hard all of his life to give his family a solid future, and now — at age 48 — all of his dreams seem to be coming true.

By Marcia Sirota MD

Do You Notice Warning Signs, or What Only You Wish to See?

I’ve been thinking about how it’s human nature to see what we want to see and ignore anything that goes against our expectations of how things ought to be, or how we want things to be. We’ll miss something that’s staring us right in the face if we don’t want to see it.

In my office, my patients always come in and walk toward the chair they’re going to sit in, and then they turn around to face me. On the wall, just behind their chair, in full view, as they’re entering, is a large, colorful painting that practically screams, “Notice me!” But almost no-one sees it.

Everyone who’s walking into the office is getting ready to do a therapy session. Their vision is narrowed: they see the chair, but not the big flashy painting on the wall behind it.

By Baba Shuddhaanandaa Brahmachari

Who Is Flipping Your Switch?

We are born to live our life by our own right. But we often give control of the switch that determines our moods and happiness to those we are attached to, causing us much suffering in the end.

Happiness that is dependent on how another perceives us, however exciting, does not last. True happiness is a state of liberty from dependence on others. The root is in our expectations.

If we expect recognition and gratitude from others for what we did for them then we are heading for unhappiness. It is not in the nature of humans to be grateful.