How to Appear Wealthy WITHOUT Breaking the Bank

I too hit the sales racks, thrift shops and Brochard Markets….Great tips for spending on a dime!

From Food Stamps To A Future

Don't Break the Bank
I have always been taught that quality is more important than quantity. It is better to save up and purchase a high quality product, as it will ultimately stand the test of time. For example, let’s pretend that we are in the market for a new entertainment center. While most people would be tempted to buy the $200 special at Wal-Mart or Big Lots, I would opt to invest in the $1,000 unit from Ethan Allen down the road. Wal-Mart furniture generally lasts 2-3 years before it is in need of a replacement.

So, if you had to buy a new entertainment center every 3 years, you would go through about 5 units in a period of 15 years, where if you had originally just dished out a grand, your unit would still be in immaculate condition (provided you took care of it), and it would last you a minimum…

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Feeling is Believing…. Pt. 1

ridge_nebula_by_blph-d5eri70 “where no explanation exists, there can only be one answer: God and not just any God but their God”  ~ E.S.Abernathy, Jr.

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Atheism originates from the Greek word “atheos” meaning without Gods. The Atheist does not believe in the existence of deities. It was in the 18th century during the “Age of Enlightenment” that century individuals identified themselves as Atheist, criticising religion and seeing iI as narrow-mindedness.

Theism comes from the Greek word “theos” meaning God, and is a vast contrast to Atheism. In theism the belief is that ONE God exists and presides over mankind, ruling with an iron fist of thunder, rewarding the faithful and condemning those who do not keep the laws or commandants or laws set-forth by a certain Religious Sect-Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Druze, Sikhism and Hinduism.

Agnosticism, coined by Thomas Henry Huxley during the mid-1800s is the belief that God, the divine supernatural deity may exist, but may not. An Agnostic neither believes nor disbelieves that God truly exists. Confusing I know! An agnostic is confident in their belief that it’s not possible to have knowledge about God or about the creation of the Universe for that matter; therefore refrain from following any organized doctrine.

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