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Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Wednesday 11-22-17
chattels: Last IS-held Iraqi town retaken amid car bombs, IEDs Shelly Kittleson November 20, 2017 Read more: http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2017/11/rawa-anbar-iraq-qaim-syria.html#ixzz4z95h4ZfW
chattels: Part of the desert near the Syrian border remains outside the Baghdad government's control, but the taking of Rawa marks the de facto end of IS' territorial control in Iraq. Read more: http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2017/11/rawa-anbar-iraq-qaim-syria.html#ixzz4z96FlxEJ
By Jaden Sterling
How to Stop Worrying
How do we stop worrying?
We’ve all been there…lying in bed awake, staring at the ceiling and worrying about things we can’t change (especially in the middle of the night). Fleeting thoughts cloud your brain and wrench your heart, “If only I said this, or have done that…”
Second-guessing actions, decisions, thoughts, words and deeds burns the counterproductive emotion of worry deep into your mind and soul. We have become a society that equates worry with love. We believe that if we worry about people, places or things then we are being helpful.
From Our Archives - For Informational Purposes Only.
"Trusting a Trust Attorney" Hmmmmm What should I Do?:
You should ask many questions before you hire an estate planning lawyer, as well as during the estate planning process. The questions in this article should help you find a qualified lawyer and avoid complications and surprises down the road.
Before you hire your lawyer, ask yourself the following questions:
1. Do you trust the lawyer?
2. Are you comfortable with the lawyer?
3. Is the law firm well organized?
4. Do you expect this law firm to be around when your trust goes into effect or your estate is probated?
Mental And Emotional Preparedness For Money
Prosperity Consciousness Vs Poverty Consciousness
(AKA Classroom for Investing 101 and 201)
Being financially responsible is a habit, and unfortunately one we are not taught in school, or by most parents. And habits are hard to break.
So if you have been living paycheck to paycheck most of your life and you suddenly have some or a lot of money, it is unlikely your spending/saving investing habits will change without some dedicated work on yourself.
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YOU KNOW FRANK HE LIKES THINGS IN 3'S SO HE HAS DECIDED IT BETTER TO PROVIDE YOU WITH 3 THINGS VIA LIVESTREAM TONIGHT....
BRING PLENTY OF PAPER AND PENS TO TAKE NOTES....I GOT A SNEAK PREVIEW....AND ALL I CAN SAY IS WOWSER.....LISTEN CLOSE TONIGHT....IMO YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED......