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Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Turning Back The Clock On Your Broken Relationship Within Two Weeks

Turning Back The Clock On Your Broken Relationship Within Two Weeks

Life is all about relationship; between spouses, friends, siblings, colleagues or partners. It is all the more wonderful if it is the one between spouses. However, when relationships get broken down, it can be traumatic; whichever of them we are talking about; even more traumatic is the one between spouses, in a similar degree to when it is all going smoothly.

But when relationship gets broken down , it does not mean it is the end of the world, however, if you do not know how to handle its repair, your emotional world may actually be coming to an end, unless you act fast. My friend has written a book about how to get over this experience and I will want you to read what he has to say about the book below and decide whether you should grab a copy of the book FAST.

I'm sure you will act fast.

"Dear Friend,

If you’ve been waiting for that perfect opportunity to rekindle your relationship with your ex… obsessing over their smile or the warmth of their touch… fantasizing about ways you could heal their heart and bring them back to you...
I have some distressing news.
The clock is ticking.
The more time passes after a breakup, the greater the chances are that it will be permanent. The world is busy, and it can be very easy to forget the special songs, the whispered promises, and the heartfelt moments that drew you together in the first place.
With God Behind You book If you’re serious about restoring the spark to your relationship, and you want the romance of your dreams, and nothing you’ve tried has worked so far, you need to move quickly.
With God Behind You is a 2 week plan packed with 54 pages of vital information you need to reconcile and strengthen your relationship.
Five minutes from now, you’re going to own a step by step roadmap that anybody can use in their efforts to reunite with an ex, using the tested and proven messages of the Bible.
Of course, if you’d rather do things the hard way, you can agonize over what you’re doing wrong, struggle with loneliness and rejection, and walk the long, rocky road to reconciliation.

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But I don’t think anyone deserves that kind of pain.

A breakup is a very delicate experience, and in my experiences as a counselor, many Christians don’t react in exactly the right way in the face of a breakup. They’re either too passive, going out to be by themselves and hoping to “let go and let God”, completely neglecting their ex and hoping they’ll be “divinely inspired” to rekindle the relationship…
Or they’re too aggressive. Begging, pleading, crying out for attention and sympathy… driving your beloved away in the process.
Most secular experts on relationships will advise a “cooling off” period so that both partners can mentally recover from the shock of breaking up. That’s sound advice, but unfortunately, many of these self proclaimed experts go a step further and advise that you spend time chasing other men (or women), partying, and getting in “a little ME time”…

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This kind of advice is unsafe for Christians, and it’s unsound for a healthy relationship. The entire purpose of a “cooling off” period is to focus on yourself and learn how to become a better partner. Will spending two weeks drinking, chasing skirts and acting like a selfish moron really make you better equipped to deal with a relationship?
Probably not.
In my experience, there’s too much selfishness in relationships as it is. What’s sorely lacking is compassion, humility, and the willingness to listen.
What if there were another method, a plan that would…
Make you more attractive to your partner and spiritually align you with the principles of the Bible?
I spent plenty of time looking for one, and despite my best efforts, all I could find were juvenile psychological tricks, casual misogyny, and jockeying for “power in the relationship”… I’ve done my share of dating, and the strongest and most stress-free relationships I’ve ever had were ones where we both understood that the ultimate power in the relationship didn’t belong to either of us.
With God Behind You is a prayer guide that keeps those principles in mind as you look to get back together with your ex.

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You don’t need to be afraid to take the first step…

Even if you feel like you and the Lord are the only people who want your relationship to work – that’s enough to ensure things work out the way they should. And while there certainly isn’t a wrong way to pray as long as you do so with a humble heart (Luke 18:14), many of the people I’ve talked to have trouble feeling satisfied in their interactions with God.
That feeling is terrible, especially when you’re in an emotional ditch and crying out for help...
When you have trouble praying, you feel blocked, unfocused, and completely disconnected with the Divine. This can feel even worse when you think about people like the Apostles and Timothy, men who were given God’s voice in their hour of deepest need…
It becomes all too easy to wonder — “what’s wrong with me?”
Well, nothing is. We all have our own weaknesses and burdens. And many of us were taught that prayer was important, but we didn’t always get practical details on how to mentally prepare for something so important. But don’t worry. You’re about to discover…

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How To Instantly Reconnect With God Using The Power Of Prayer…

You’ll learn the correct posture for prayer, how to eliminate worldly distractions, and how to boldly enter this sacred space. If you’ve ever associated humble prayer with fear and nervousness, imagine the comfort and confidence you’ll feel with the knowledge inside this guide… and how it can extend to every facet of your life.
There are very few people who understand how to walk with God, talk with God, and see His answers in their everyday life, and I promise it will give you a peace of mind that everyone around you will be able to witness.
I guarantee that if you follow this plan, you’ll gain the knowledge and understanding you need to know what went wrong in your relationship, the wisdom to know how to fix it, and the strength you need to convince your ex to reconcile.
Let’s give a brief sampling of what you’ll learn inside With God Behind You:
  • It’s difficult to have the “assurance about what [we] do not see” mentioned in Hebrews 11:1. How can we gain it, and what can we do to build it? (Page 23)
  • Was your relationship always on the verge of falling to pieces because of one petty dispute or another? Read Page 40.
  • Unfortunately, many Christians take an immense pride in being burdened. But God (and your ex) won’t reward us for even the most well intentioned struggle unless we do this… (Page 25)
  • Two big myths about prayer that scare many people from praying altogether (Pages 4, 5)
  • So, you were in a relationship with an unbeliever. Should you put more effort in pursuing them, or less? (Page 31)
  • Six steps that will ensure every prayer is emotionally and spiritually complete (Page 6 – or keep reading!)
  • No matter how long or how hard you pray, it’s impossible to absorb God’s wisdom without _____ (Hint: Many modern Christians were never taught about it) (Page 17)
With God Behind You Table Of Contents
I’ll also give you all the details you need on how to approach your ex when the time is right, and what to say to remind them of what they loved about you in the first place. That means you don’t need to spend months “testing things out”, you don’t have to feel confused about what words to use (with your ex or with the Lord – I’ll give you plenty of inspiration), and you won’t have to risk your relationship with emotional manipulation.
And obviously, the prayers are the backbone of this book. There are 14 in-depth sessions that will walk you through a list of 6 daily steps to take to ensure that your time in prayer gets you in the right mindset.
  • 1.  Entering the Presence of God

    When God speaks to you, are you ready to listen? Every prayer session begins with bringing yourself into sacred space and raising your awareness of the presence of God, and giving yourself to His love.
  • 2.  Litany

    How often do you pray? If you haven’t done it lately, you might lack the focus needed to pray mentally. The litany is a call and response form of prayer that will put you "in high gear" for speaking out loud to God.
  • 3.  Conversation with God

    The conversational section of each day's prayer session is devoted to free prayer. This is when you speak your own thoughts and feelings honestly. The plan includes introductory words to set a topic pertinent to healing your relationship.
  • 4.  Lesson and Meaning

    The fourth section of each day's prayers is a lesson taken from Scripture. Read the verses and my commentary and think about what they mean and how they apply to you and your ex personally.
  • 5.  Pledge

    Don’t pray without taking action. Each day during this course, you will make a promise to God to do something new from now on — or something old, differently.
  • 6.  Thanksgiving

    No prayer is complete without a humble, thankful attitude. The sixth and last section of each day's prayer is devoted to giving thanks and praise. We discuss some serious issues, but you’ll always leave with the joyful attitude you need to tackle the day – or get a good night’s sleep.
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I promise that once you finish With God Behind You, you’ll be mentally, emotionally, and spiritually equipped to sweep your ex off their feet and start your relationship anew. That’s because you won’t be working on cheap gimmicks to win them back – you’ll be addressing the real issues that broke you up in the first place.
How much is that kind of power worth to you? The ability to repair any relationship, no matter how bad the transgressions were… and to STRENGTHEN it so that things are even better than they were before. For a limited amount of time, I’m offering With God Behind You here:

Friday, August 2, 2013


Today's post is a response to thought on how one can receive FINANCIAL BLESSING via the prayer of the man called JABEZ as seen in 1Chr.4:9,10.

Please enjoy this piece, thereafter we'll continue with our series on DISTRESS, DEBT and DISCONTENTMENT.

 It is true that whosoever prays it, will surely be answered; particularly when one realizes that the personality called Jabez cannot be traced in the bible; I mean, in terms of his genealogy.

 If you check that passage-1Chr.4:9-10, before and after it; you will discover that there was no ref to any parental lineage unlike what that passage is all about.

 What is the essence of my point; every human being is a type of JABEZ, because we are all born in sorrow ( Gen.3:16). You become more honorable above thy brethren when you realize that you need the help of God and cry out for it.

 But meanwhile take a look at the prayer points of Jabez:

 1. Oh that thou would bless me indeed--(v.10) Not just materially now(Ps.67:1-7)

 2. And enlarge my coast--(v.10)-- This is; Lord increase my influence

 3. That thine hand might be with me--(v.10)--When God's hand is with you, be ready for the circumcision of your heart by the Lord; thereafter you'll have the capacity to carry the glory of His blessing; for glory has weight.

 4. And that thou wouldest keep me from evil, that it may not grieve me!--(v.10)-- The evil of money is when it turns to become the master rather than the servant God made money to be; and when it becomes that, then it can really hurt or grieve.

Friday, March 2, 2012

The e-Course On Successful Career And A Solid Future

Thank you for your interest in my career e-course! In this e-course you'll learn all about:
Part 1: Should You Make a Career Change
Part 2: SWOT Analysis
Part 3: Picking the Right Career Path
Part 4: Opportunities Available
Part 5: Saying Goodbye to Your Job
Part 6: Finding and Getting That New Job
Part 7: Turning a Hobby into a Career
That being said... Let’s get started shall we:

Part 1: Should You Make a Career Change
Many people don’t like their jobs – it is part of being in the working world. Even people who claim to love their jobs still have days when the thought of going to work can be just too much to bear.
However, the truth is that you just may be on the wrong career path if your level of job satisfaction is less than what it should be.

The best way to really see and accept that it might be time for a career change is to honestly look at how you feel about what you do. This is really a very easy process. All you need to do is keep a daily work journal.
First, record how you feel about going into the office or workplace every day. Be honest with yourself and write your true feelings. Are you dreading walking through the doors and the thought of it makes you nauseous? Maybe you’re looking forward to it but once you get there, you find that you are bored and unable to concentrate.

When a specific job situation comes up, write down your reactions to having to complete that task.
Your boss has given you the assignment of researching past profit margins for one of the products your company produces. He wants a comprehensive report done and on his desk within two days.
Are you angry and dreading the job or does it make you happy to be trusted with an important job?
Write it down!

In your work journal, jot down your feelings about your co-workers. Do you generally get along wit everyone, or do you find yourself constantly at odds with people or a specific person?
The key to a work journal is to write down exactly how you feel about various aspects of your job and then look for recurring themes. Are you unhappy because of the people you are around or because of what you are doing? Perhaps you just disagree with specific company policies. After you have identified the reason that you are unhappy with your job, you can start to take steps to look for something else.

Part 2: SWOT AnalysisWhen speaking about a SWOT Analysis, this is a way of doing some serious self-reflecting and figuring out what your internal as well as external strengths and weaknesses are. Think of it as a pro and con list about you!
SWOT stands for strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. While we are hesitant to use the word “weakness” as it is very negative, using the word “shortcomings” doesn’t make as catchy an acronym (SWOS) as SWOT!

One of your greatest strengths can be the love of the work you do. Learning to "follow your bliss" should be a critical component of managing your career. Some people know from an early age what kind of work will make them happy. For others, nailing down the self-knowledge that leads to career fulfilment comes from a process of exploring interests, skills, personality, learning style, and values.

In assessing your weaknesses, think about what prospective employers might consider to be the areas you could improve upon. Facing your frailties now can give you a huge head start in career planning.
As humans, we find it relatively difficult to identify the areas where we are weak. But this assessment helps to identify areas where we may need to improve. If you identify a skill that you know is in your chosen field, but you are weak in that skill area, you need to take steps to improve that skill. Past performance appraisals and even your grades and teacher comments from school provide valuable feedback.

Doing a SWOT will not only help to guide you toward a specific career that you will enjoy, it will also give you an idea of how to market yourself so that you can get that dream job that you want.
From this analysis, you will have a road map that shows you how to capitalize on your strengths and minimize or eliminate your weaknesses. You should then use this map to take advantage of opportunities and avoid or lessen threats.

After you've analyzed your strengths, weaknesses, threats, and opportunities, you should use that information to plan how to market yourself.

Part 3: Picking the Right Career PathFor some people, finding the right job in an industry that excites you is an easy choice. When we’re little, we always have an idea of what we want to be when we grow up. More often than not, we don’t always get to realize that. As we grow older, not only do our interests change, but our realities change as well. The world can only have so many ballerinas, actresses, or professional ball players.
Therefore, facing the reality that you probably won’t be doing what you thought you’d be doing back when you were eight years old can be a painful thought. However, some people do get to be what they always wanted to be.
High school graduates are also faced with an important decision when it comes to their career field.
So many young people go to college taking core classes without knowing what they want their
major to be.
So, are there certain things you need to consider when choosing a career field? In fact, there are many things that you need to keep in mind. You will want to be successful in whatever job field you choose, so it can be very important to be sure you are going to go into a business where you will be happy and where you can realize your full potential.

There are all sorts of tests you can take online that can help with your career field. What is a career test? It’s a series of questions you answer based on what your preferences are or how you feel about specific job situations. The test will then analyze your answers and present you with the top jobs that fit you based on those answers.
Some of the more accurate and reliable online career tests require you to purchase a membership or a package to get your results, but you can find some free career tests.
The basic format of many of these career tests are the same, for the most part. You are presented with three situations and you pick which one you prefer most and which one you prefer least. This is how they can find where your interests lie as well as where your abilities and talents can be best utilized.

Part 4: Opportunities AvailableObviously, the choice of jobs is limitless as we need all sorts of people to perform all sorts of functions in society. Hotel clerks, salespeople, even the person at the drive-thru at McDonald’s all serve important functions in life as we know it.

What one person may think of as a boring and mundane job might be another person’s dream job, so there is a career out there that can fit good with you and your lifestyle and abilities.

Make a list of potential careers where you think you could be happy. Do you like helping people and think that social work would be a good fit for you? Maybe the medical field is more your speed. It’s a good idea to simply identify the general field you want to work in and then explore the types of jobs that are available in that field.
The thing about making a career change is that you want to work in a job that fits well with you and  your personality. You want it to be interesting to you and that you look forward to going to work instead of dreading it.
Many jobs will require additional education or some type of training. If you have always wanted to be an attorney, you’ll have to go to law school – obviously. But remember that you are not happy with your present job and want to work in the legal field.

Register for law school and apply for a job with a firm that can help you in the future and learn more about the business such as a legal secretary or even a paralegal.
When you consider that you are trying to better yourself and make yourself happier, the extra education will be well worth it. There’s nothing more satisfying than knowing you’ve worked hard to get into an industry where you’ll be happy working. It’s a fulfilling journey, believe me!

Part 5: Saying Goodbye to Your Job In the business world, it’s important that you remember not to burn any bridges. Even if you absolutely HATE your job, where you work, your co-workers, or your boss, you should still conduct yourself in a professional manner when you leave.

Doing so will show everyone how much class and integrity you have and it will be remembered!
When you leave your job, your emotions may be running high, especially if you are leaving on bad terms. You may want to tell your boss or co-workers what you really think of them. Don't do it, even if they truly deserve it. You never know who you will meet down the road and who you may have to work with one day.

Don’t damage company property or steal something when you leave. You may feel you were mistreated by your employer and you may be really angry. However, vandalism and theft are criminal offenses. Not only will your professional reputation be damaged by your actions, you could end up in jail.

Be sure to ask for a reference or a letter of recommendation. This may sound like an odd thing to consider if you are leaving your job on unfavourable terms. However, you will have to include this job on your resume, so you should try to make sure you get either a good or, at least, a neutral reference.

If you've been fired because of some horrible offense, this may be a moot point. However if you parting is due to something less serious, you may be able to ask your boss for a reference, in spite of the fact that "things didn't work out as expected."

If your company has hired a replacement for your job and you have the opportunity to be around him or her, do not badmouth your boss, your co-workers, or the company in general. First of all, it will only look like sour grapes, so there's nothing to gain here.
 Secondly, your successor will figure things out for him or herself. Thirdly, it may have been bad chemistry, and your co-worker will have a totally different experience than you did.

When you are ready to start interviewing, it’s also important to remember the above suggestion: don’t bad mouth the company or your boss. The only person who this will make look bad is you.
Your prospective boss will wonder what caused your relationship with your prior employer to sour and will suspect that you could have been at fault.

Part 6: Finding and Getting That New Job
After you’ve decided what it is that you REALLY want to do with your life and you have the education you need, now’s the time to go out and get that new job and get well on your way to a new and exciting career.
Luckily, it’s not as difficult as it might seem!

You literally have hundreds and hundreds of resources at your fingertips when it comes to the job hunt! If you are willing to relocate, your options are multiplied, but even if you want to stay put, you can either face commuting or even find something right where you live.

Start by looking in your local newspaper as well as papers from the towns surrounding you.
Employers generally concentrate on the some editions of the papers to advertise job openings – especially the Tuesday paper. You’ll be able to see what’s available out there and narrow down your search based on these ads.
Another great resource is the Internet. We live in the Information Age, and there are many, many websites dedicated to the job seeker. These sites allow you to post your resume online and to search available jobs all over the country and even all over the world.

Once you’ve found a job you are interested in, it’s time to submit your resume. When I was looking for a sales job, I posted my resume on and had a phone call within an hour of posting, so these websites can be extremely valuable to the job seeker.

You will also need a cover letter to accompany your resume. In general, the cover letter should be as concise and to the point as possible. Don’t ramble on and on, let your resume do the talking.
The cover letter is just a basic introduction to your resume.

A good, solid resume and cover letter will get you an interview which is when it is your job to shine and stand out from other applicants. How do you do that? Preparation is key in the process. To be prepared for a job interview means knowing about the industry, the employer, and yourself. It means paying attention to details like personal appearance, punctuality, and demeanour.

After the interview, it is essential to follow up with a thank you note. This serves two purposes.
First, it tells the employer that you are grateful for their time and want to do the polite thing by sending out a note thanking them for that. But, a thank you note also brings you back into their mind which can be good if they are close to making a decision on who to hire.
It is also your chance to reiterate something you mentioned on the interview or bring up something you forgot to mention.

You should try to send a note to each person who took part in your interview. If you don't remember the name of each person, call the receptionist for some help. Keep your note brief. Make sure it is typed. Sending a formal thank you note sets you apart from everyone else who forgot to or chose not to do this, so it’s a good idea to always send one.

Part 7: Turning a Hobby into a Career
 What do you like to do? Is knitting your passion? Do you love garage sales and can’t imagine a Saturday morning without them? Maybe you have a real talent for cooking. Perhaps you love to use a computer and have found that it comes easily to you. If you have something that you love to do and seem to be good at it, it is truly possible for you to turn that hobby into a real career.

If you think it’s possible that you want to turn your hobby into a career or start a part-time business to earn extra income, you should start with a realistic business plan. Map out how you will start your business and where you want to end up so you will feel and be successful.

The thing about getting started with making a hobby into a career is to find a market and then capitalize on it. Have enough inventories on hand and then start selling what you create. E-bay is a wonderful place for people to start selling handmade wares (if you have any idea about online business) and has provided a nice living for people who take the time to place their auctions up for sale.

However, non-internet business with hot products for hungry buyers is a best bet for you to start a business or earn extra income from the current you are holding.

You must have something that makes you stand out from your competition. That applies to businesses on e-bay or on your own. Think about providing an additional service or some extra that will make it worth the buyer’s time to purchase your product. Many a successful business has been successful just because they go that one extra step that makes them stand out.

Networking can be very important when you are trying to grow your hobby as a business. Try bringing your wares to a local business and see if they will be willing to partner with you in sales.
You give them a commission and they carry your product in their store. Not only does this give you a market share in your locality, but it helps spread the word about what you are making and selling.

Remember that if you are self-employed, you should be putting some of your profits away to pay self-employment taxes. The last thing you want is for the government to come after you for the taxes that you should be paying. While there are income guidelines as to what you are required to report to the Internally Generated Revenue Agencies, you still want to be prepared.

The thing about making a favorite hobby into a business venture is to be sure that you will still enjoy it even when you are making hundreds of them a week. Be prepared for popularity and know that you will still love doing what you do after you are successful.

The best part about making your beloved hobby into a business venture is that you will be your own boss! You can work when you want, rest when you want, and enjoy the fruits of your efforts.
Sometimes it might be overwhelming, so be sure that you have what it takes to withstand the pressure and continue even when you’re not really sure you want to!

I hope you find the course informative; the key is to make the ideas given here useful in the pursuit of your dream career or home-based (Turning-Your-Hobby-Into-Income-Earner) business. The wisest thing you can do is proceed to read the main book itself.

In the meantime you can get yourself engaged with a job which you are already doing now; I mean you are already doing it, as long as you are one social media or the other linking your friends and others. The beautiful part of it now is that you will get paid for what you do for fun. If you like that kind of fun, then proceed straight to the link below.

Reclaim Your Lost Riches and Assets

How much of it belongs to you? There are literally tens of billions in unrequested money across the country in every state. As each state unclaimed wealth offices take in more than they dole out, have you ever wondered, how much of it belongs to you?

There's almost $33 billion in unclaimed money from old payroll checks, utility refunds, trust distributions, stocks, banking or checking accounts, certificates of deposit and the contents of safe deposit boxes, according to estimates by the National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators.

According to, within the United States alone, billions of dollars of unrequested unclaimed money and property is collecting dust in state Abandoned Property offices. If all accounts combined to include the funds held world wide by similar organizations in other countries, the sum of unrequested unclaimed money and property could exceed $500 billion dollars. Anything you're supposed to keep for 30 years is bound to slip your mind. Isn't it nice that someone else is keeping track of it for you, even though they don't have the most accurate of tracking systems?

The National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators is an organization that represents the Unclaimed Money Bureau of each State and tries their best to protect and help Americans find their missing money from lost assets. They are not Heir Locator or Money Finder's as they are sometimes called. Money Finder's are paid professional finders. Someone who is in the business of trying to find and assist the owners of unclaimed funds.

In most States, if you do choose to use a finder, a full disclosure contract must be signed between the finder and the owner and must specify where the money is, what the money represents, the amount of the funds, the finder's fee (no more than X%, as provided by that State's statute), and how much the owner receives after the fee.

Every day, for various reasons, People move away and do not update their address, they lose track of some of their investments, they die without a will, and who knows why else...but, they leave money in banks, in utility accounts, security deposits, and many number of other ways. Some of these monetary items end up in the state's possessions after they are declared abandoned by the organization or loan company that held them.

These forgotten bank accounts, un-cashed stock dividends, insurance payments, safe deposit box contents, utility deposits, travelers checks, money orders and other financial instruments are turned over to the state's Treasurer's Escheats, Comptroller's, or Revenue office who then try to track down the owners and return the money.

By the amount of unrequested and unclaimed money and property on record, it appears these state offices are under staffed and fail badly in locating the owner's of the unclaimed money and property. All 50 states have a Treasury Office and forgotten assets or some similarly named division. This is the office responsible for maintaining the unclaimed money and property and handling claims for it.

Some states have limitations on how long they keep left behind wealth before turning it over to state coffers; however they must keep it until the owner is found. Some states even pay interest on the money if the property was originally an interest bearing instrument. You must check with your individual state and find out what their procedures are.

If you speculate you may have unclaimed money and property held by your state, you should seek out the correct state agency to find out whether your name, or in the case it is the estate of a deceased individual, their name is on the list. Each state maintains a publicly available list of left behind assets holdings.

If you or the person you represent is on the list your next step is to file a claim and return the form with the necessary certification or proof of ownership. Requirements for proving ownership vary from state to state, based on the amount of the claim and other factors. Acceptable identification many include copies of driver's licenses, receipts, social security cards and numbers, bank account numbers, savings passbooks, checking account and bank statements, or other notarized documents.

It has been theorized that ten percent of the U.S. population is owned money from left behind wealth and unclaimed money and property treasury office coffers. The state departments do not have the resources to investigate every case; therefore much of it goes unclaimed.

There are professional finders, or heir searchers who locate the owners of unclaimed money and property and charge a fee or commission in exchange. Private Detective's of unclaimed money and property generally limit their activity to large estate findings. Be careful if you enlist a Heir Locator's to locate your potential unclaimed money and property.

Unclaimed money can be easily obtained once you know how and where to look. Take a gander at the amounts these states are holding:
  • The state of Colorado is home to more than $50 million in unclaimed money.
  • Alabama's unclaimed money rolls have swelled to nearly $400 million this year.
  • The KY State Treasurer is now holding more than $150 million in unclaimed property
  • Residents of Hawaii stand to share $130 million in unclaimed money.
  • Ohio is one of the few states to be home to more than a billion dollars in unclaimed assets.
  • Nevada is currently holding over $200 million that belongs to the citizens who just need to step forward and claim it.
  • North Carolina's unclaimed money now stands at a record $700 million.
  • The state of Pennsylvania is currently holding over $1 billion of the citizens money.

All you need to do is learn how to perform a thorough lost asset search or secure the aid of a Money Finder company and claim what is rightfully yours.

You will be well informed about how to reclaim your lost/hidden riches and wealth if keep date with this blog.

Meanwhile, have your fun while you relate with your friends on social media. The beauty of this is that you will get paid doing this.

Jump to the link below:

Thursday, May 12, 2011


These websites will surely provide you with numerous links and resources.

    This provide you with some materials on web hosting, domain names and other related issues

    All about business and its related resources

    All about opportunities on the internet marketing and allied issues

    This is movies world environment

    Still about the movies world
    Explore wide world of movies still
    Opportunities in the business world

    Economic travel opportunities and arrangements

    Relationships that goes more than just sex for your sound relationship

    Making good your marital relationship even during pregnancy when most men are found unfaithful.

More are surely to come.

Wednesday, May 11, 2011



 You are welcome today at this corner, where we make bold moves to find meaning to life issues.

 Like I said in my last note, and precisely the very first post; we shall be concerned with as many that are in the above mentioned situations.

 Be reminded again; you are just down but never out. Now, it is not a sin to be down, but it can be if one decides to remain on the ground.

 The good news to whosoever here is that, there is only one direction available to such a person, and that direction is UP, after all, you can't go below the ground as long as you are still alive.

 The unpleasant truth however is that quite a lot of people are DOWN and sincerely they don't know what to do; your case is poor as anyone who is actually making an effort on his/her own to rise up but just can do so alone.

 Somebody may be wondering; how can you say somebody is unable to rise up alone by him/herself!

 Let me remind you that there are some kind of falls that are nothing short of a crash, and it can really leave you in pieces.

 Either of the above scenarios has only one solution: you need a helper in such situation, or rather HELPERS

 These are GOD and a MAN.

 When I say a man; not necessarily gender-wise, it can be a male or female, simply put you need a mentor.

 Your best mentor in this situation is somebody that has passed through similar route.

 Such a person will be better equipped to play that role as he/she will be handy with these tools to help you:



    -DIRECTION ( the plan that you need to take to come out of your situation)

    -PATIENCE (to stay with you while you work out the principles and the plan for your recovery)

    -ASSISTANCE ( to help you find somebody else in a similar situation and give similar support that you've  received to that person--the only guarantee that you've really understand what you are thought, and you can maintain your victory).

 Are you ready to make this commitment and change your situation?

 Whatever your answer is, we'll meet next time.

Tuesday, May 10, 2011


Today, its my joy to be back after a long time, away from this page.
Just like the title of this page; I give thanks to God for His infinite mercies.

Please, take my assurance that we'll keep date together on this page as regularly as possible from now on.
You can also be assured that a lot of resources awaits you if you visit frequently.

 Also remember that its good and expected to thank Him daily.
In the next couple of days we shall examine further the: WHY, HOW, WHAT and WHEN to praise Him.
Keep a date with me.

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