As insignificant as this may sound it is so important to remember what we think about is what we bring about in our lives.
So when you find yourself thinking thoughts that are not empowering you
change your focus to ones that do! This will help bring you in
alignment with those things you want in your life.
It's funny how pieces of the puzzle of your own life come together.My wife ask me last night "Have you always had a burden for single mothers in the Philippines, or just since you met me? (Her being a single mom before us getting married).I said"Actually I've had a burden for single moms for a long time, but the pieces of the puzzle are coming together now to show me what to do. I started having a burden for single mothers in seeing my best life long friend Shannon raise three boys on her own. She's struggled emotionally, physically, and financially all her life because she was committed to raising those boys the very best she could. I've seen her go from apartment to apartment because of living in bad areas or sometimes not being able to pay the rent. I've seen her even live in a motel with the threat of loosing her children if she did not find a "real" place to live. I've seen her go from welfare to working full time to support herself and her boys. I admire Shannon greatly, not because of her downfalls or her mistakes, but for her tenacity to keep her family together and raise those boys. Thank God for America, that offers food stamps and welfare to those in need. Also there are many charities that help those that need it here...In 1990 I had a chance to go outside of the USA for the very first time in my life.I went with my current Pastor back then to the Country of the Philippines which is just about clear across the world from the USA. We went to help a baby church there. My Pastor preached and I video taped what I seen. I still remember it as it was just a few days ago...I seen single mothers with their children living on the streets...laying right on the sidewalk with nothing under them or on top of them for any type of comfort at all. I seen people that actually lived in the dump called "Smoky Mountain" ...it's name from the decomposing trash. People living in that heap of trash to make a living in finding things to recycle.The Philippines does not have any type of system to help the poor. It's a third world country that is democratic but still striving to make it's place in this world.That was another piece of the puzzle put into my life.Many years later, I started chatting online to many single Filipina mothers that worked outside of their Country to be able to support their children in a decent manner. Children that had to be left behind with family members in order for the mother to provide for them...During this time, I met my future wife Mae through an online friend. I discovered she also was a single mom working in Hong Kong to support her daughter that was living back in the Philippines with her family.It was during that time that I seen how hard it really is for a single mom of the Philippines to provide for her child(ren). The pieces have been put together and recently I have found a way for ANYONE that has online access to prosper. What a great way for people of the Phillippines to create a cash flow of their own! A "hand up" not a "hand out".Now my wife and I spend countless hours inviting others to become a part of this great vision! Here is the link http://join.zenzuu.com/wealthandrichesIt takes no money to join, there are no upgrade fees in the future either.Dexter
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