Well, here we are…already over halfway through the first month of a new year, and I am just getting back to once again posting to my blog. I do owe you, as my readers, an apology for being so long in getting back to adding a new post. I have been very involved in learning this process.
So….. here we go again. Are you ready? Pay attention, as it is my goal to educate myself first, and then to pass on to my readers what I have learned. Also, realize, first and foremost, that I am far from being an expert on this subject, and I certainly am not dispensing any legal advice in any of my blogs. But I will continue sharing all I possibly can with you.
The ultimate test to any new knowledge is to apply it, and see for yourself, first of all, if it works. That was my challenge. These past two months I have done just that…applied my knowledge to see if it works. Was I scared…. even just a little bit? You can bet that I was! But, as I have stated previously, it takes courage to jump into something that is totally contrary to EVERYTHING you have been told since you were able to buy your first candy bar all by yourself. To tell you the truth, my hand was shaking as I wrote out the directions that needed to be written out so others receiving my information could respond in proper fashion.
Oh, I’m sorry. I didn’t explain what I was doing, did I? Would you believe I was paying my monthly bills? But in a completely different way than I have ever done before. Completely foreign to what I thought was right to do. I was just another one of the dumb sheep going along to the slaughter.
Do you remember me stating in an earlier blog that your birth certificate has been traded over and over around the world ever since you were born, and it is your years of labor that was used as security for the bond that was created when you were born? Well, it’s true, and I am not, in any way, joking about this. What else haven’t you been told, you might wonder?
Now you’re probably wondering how my first jump off the proverbial “high board” (into the swimming pool far below) has worked, right? Well, It has been interesting, to say the least. What I have found out is that your “payment” does not get processed in the same time frame as what you are used to, and my cell phone got suspended this morning, as my carries says they haven’t received my payment. Yes, it’s very frustrating when you call and tell some customer service representative that you DID pay your bill, and I even sent a copy of the same to your CFO, so he would know that my payment has been sent, with directions as to how to process it. Well, guess what? Some underling in the mail room was likely the one who signed for my certified mail receipt, and it didn’t get to the CFO. Ah-hah… I forgot to mark the envelope “Personal and Confidential”. If I had done that, then the CFO himself would have had to open my mail to him, and not some mail room clerk. I’m learning, and I refuse to let F-E-A-R control me. This is much too important to give up on.
Here is something else I’ll bet you never knew. You know that line on your check where you place your signature? Well, look at that line again…really close. It is NOT a solid line…IT IS THE FINEST PRINT YOU WILL PROBABLY EVER SEE! And you can bet that it is done that way for a reason, especially if it was printed by a bank. Oh, you don’t believe me? Then go to your nearest jeweler, and ask then for their best magnifying glass. It should say “authorized representative” all the way across to make it look like a long solid line. So…then you ask yourself this question….If my signature is one that is an “authorized representative”, then who am I signing for?
That should give you some fuel for doing some more personal studying.
And it gets a whole lot better! Stay tuned for more.