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Restored Republic via a GCR: Update as of Sept. 12, 2018

Compiled 12 Sept. 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 do their own research and decide whether or not it is valid. Patience is a Virtue. Having Virtue is a sign of a good moral being. Good moral beings have the power to overcome evil and change the world.

Judy Note: “Tick, Tock FISAGATE, enough is enough, it’s Hammer Time! The Storm is here. The Storm is not late, nor is it early. It arrives precisely when I mean it to. Where We Go One, We Go All.” Q+

​Post From ESI Money

The One Thing FI Can’t Give You is the Only Thing You Really Want

August 11, 2018 By ESI

The following is a guest post from Half Life Theory, a site focused on building wealth through personal development.

I wanted to run this article because it brings up some interesting points about striving for financial independence   (FI) and its relation to happiness, two things that are closely related IMO.

I don’t agree with all the conclusions below and I think for some people becoming financially independent does bring happiness, but many of the following ideas should help to start a conversation about what we’re all really looking for when we seek financial independence.

So with that said, here we go…

On the path to financial independence (FI), it is very easy to become excessively focused on money. We stress about our investments, our retirement accounts and optimizing spending.

Thank you PinkRoses


Bruce: Welcome Everybody to the Big Call tonight. I said on the call last Thursday it could have been our last call and I won’t say that anymore. However, if this is our last call it has been really great talking to you guys and I appreciate that.

I do hear from people asking Bruce, What is holding this up? I have to look and say Nothing is holding it up and nothing been holding it up.

I know it is hard sometimes look at it and go Wait, we though this thing was going to go because this, this, and this. Then wait a minute, we have this other thing. We have this other thing that needs to happen, and then after that maybe it is going to go.

We find that as much as we do that, there always seems there has been one more thing. It doesn’t mean necessarily anything has held it up. It just means the process is more involved and deeper process and more to do than we had thought. That is because we are on the outside looking in, and there is just so much information we get of the totality of the process.