Beyond wealth: What happens AFTER you achieve financial independence?
By J.D. Roth May 2019
In their classic Your Money or Your Life, Joe Dominguez and Vicki Robin argue that the relationship between spending and happiness is non-linear.
More spending brings more fulfillment — up to a point. But spending too much can actually have a negative impact on your quality of life. The authors suggest that personal fulfillment — that is, contentment — can be graphed on a curve that looks like this:
[The Fulfillment Curve]
Samson: The House of Representatives votes on the Federal Financial Management Act
23rd May, 2019
The House of Representatives votes on the Federal Financial Management Act and voted the House of Representatives, on Thursday, the Federal Financial Management Act.
A parliamentary source said in an interview for Alsumaria News, "The House of Representatives voted during its meeting, today, the Federal Financial Management Law."
It is noteworthy that the House of Representatives held, on Thursday, its 21st session of the second legislative term under the chairmanship of Mohammed Halbusi.
Edna: Now let's hope they passed it!!
RV/INTELLIGENCE ALERT - May 23, 2019
(Disclaimer: The following is an overview of the current situation of the world based on intelligence received from several sources which may or may not be accurate or truthful.)
China is a significant global supplier of Rare Earth Minerals (REM) and therefore has a crucial economic and strategic edge over other nations.
Rare Earth Minerals are crucial in producing a wide arrangement of technology applications in both civilian and military industries.
According to sources, China is expected to cut off exports of REM to the U.S. if a trade deal is not reached.
This cut off would undermine the U.S. economy and potentially cause adverse effects such as a stock market crash.
A stock market crash would mark the end of the fiat financial system and the birth of a new quantum financial system (QFS).
Meanwhile, Zimbabwe's RTGS$ currency is expected to be internationally recognized before August.
All Zimbabwe Bond Notes are expected to be redeemed prior to the RTGS$ becoming internationally recognized.