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|Subject: Re: The myth of the $1 million retirement||Date: 4/25/2006 11:32 PM|
|Author: Howie52||Number: 51412 of 83096|
"Not so sure about this, maybe the second half but I doubt the first half. How many today are seeking the kingdom of God??? How many observe the Sabbath?
I recall seeing a sign along the side of the road: "Jesus saves, but Moses invests." Food for thought."
As I recall, Moses never got to the Promised Land.
Some folks take religious comments in the spirit in which they were given.
Some folks get upset.
Some folks get standoffish.
some folks get irrate.
Some folks feel leftout.
Some folks feel empowered.
But these are things that readers bring to a board.
Folks have different perspectives, different beliefs, and
Try to be as kind to others as you would want to be treated.
Try to not take offense where none was intended.
Try to not take offense when offense was intended.
Listen with a kind ear.
Speak with a soft voice.
And feel for one another when and while you have the opportunity.
Who does not believe it takes a million dollars to retire.
Who also believes a million dollars would not hurt.
But who recognizes that contentedness is not promised in either case.
That comes from ---- elsewhere.
This appears to be a pleasant board --- hope it continues as such.
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