Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Sunday, December 07, 2008

The Futures Market On Christmas & New Years

All three major indexes are up the sky’s the limit on the coming Holidays. They are very bullish on the coming of Christmas and New Years.

Smart investors full of faith and hope are convinced that the Holidays are coming once again this year bringing with them people of good cheer and an abundant faith in the future.

So what if the economy is in rocky shape we have survived recessions before.

So what if people are a little depressed over the loss of jobs, things are definitely going to get better, aren’t they?

So what if we can’t spend as much money on presents as the year before, that is not what the Holiday is all about, is it?

It’s getting to be that time of year when we should take a few moments out of our busy lives to count our blessings. You are blessed, aren’t you? You must if you and your family are still around to read this.

Let’s no waste time worrying about what could have been. Let’s spend our time planning on what we are going to do differently in the future.

Let’s spend our time promising to polish up our faith.

Let’s spend our time being thankful for the blessings that we do have.

Now is the season of unlimited potential. Isn’t it wonderful that so much good can come of us developing the promise that each one of us possesses to do good deeds and care about each other.

Now is the season to throw off the inhibitions that have kept us from being all that we can be.

Now is the time to make the most of our talents and knowledge.

Now is the time for all of us to use our imaginations to create a vision of how we want our lives to be and then make the effort to see that our dreams come true.

We can do it. We can make the Holidays the happiest time we have ever had. We can come together in the spirit of the Holiday and make miracles happen.

Are you ready to have some fun?

May your dreams come true.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

Please join us on this Holiday season at http://johnnyoops.blogspot.com. We can have a lot of fun. Johnny is still recovering from Thanksgiving.

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

How Do I Find Answers To My Questions?

I am tired of searching around and looking for experts to answer my questions. I need help and I need it now. I need advice that doesn’t come with a price tag. I need to know answers to:

1. How do I find the love of my life?
2. How do I live longer, happier and healthier?
3. How do I prevent disease?
4. How do I manage disease?
5. How do I make a contribution to society?
6. How do I do something worthwhile with my life?
7. How do I have more fun?
8. How do I stop being lonely?
9. How do I achieve my goals in life?
10. How do I make my dreams come true?
11. How do I find happiness?
12. How do I find faith?

And that’s not all. There is so much more I want to know. I think we all have a lot of questions that we need to find the answers to. I want these answers from people who know because they have the life experiences that taught them the answers, not from someone that read about it in a book or learned it in a Masters program. I want real life answers to my questions, not theoretical dissertations. I want a non-expert expert to answer my questions.

What do you want? Do you want some professor telling you how to bake a cake or would you rather hear it from a baker who bakes cakes every day for a living?

Do you want some medical journal telling you about some natural herb that may cure what ails you or would you like to hear it from someone who has been healed by using a particular natural herb or supplement?

Do you want some expert telling you how to invest your money after the debacle we have just gone through in the stock market or would you rather rely on the advice of real people – non-expert experts - who have increased their net worth even in these markets?

Do you want to be charged by some expert to tell you something you already know and just want to be reassured about, or would you like to be assured by someone who has been there and done that.

We all have a lot of questions, but who can we rely on to give us the right answers?

Hi this is Arthur Levine. If you are looking for answers to your questions or have answers to share with other people as a non-expert expert and want to promote yourself and your URL at the same time please join us at: http://answerthequestion123.blogspot.com.

Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Some Things You Just Can’t Patch Together

People are not like a bunch of old cloths that you can mend by sewing patches on the torn parts. People are different.

Then why are we trying to patch ourselves together with patches to help us stop smoking, eating too much, and taking various kinds of medication in patch form. It isn’t natural.

I think that the only kind of patch that we really need is a patch of faith: something that will remind us of the place that God can play in our lives, something that will give us comfort, and help us believe in the power of the Almighty to help us cure ourselves of afflictions and addictions.

I know that sometimes it is hard to believe in that which we cannot see so the symbolic use of a patch of faith may be the only type of patch you will ever need to help you cure yourself of what ails you.

I know that having faith and believing is hard sometimes when the weaknesses of our bodies drain us of our God given strength.

We need to find faith in the hope that we can stop patching ourselves together. We need to believe and to try again. We need to have faith in ourselves and in God.

Sometimes the will is strong, but the body is stronger. It is times like these when a patch of faith can help us hold ourselves together. It is times like this when a patch of faith can help mend our souls. It is times like this when a patch of faith can work miracles.

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Thursday, March 06, 2008

I’m Listening As Hard As I Can

I’m listening as hard as I can, but the silence is deafening. Why won’t you talk to me? Don’t you have something to say to me?

Every once in a while I hear a tiny whisper; a little murmur, as if you were trying to say something, trying to communicate, trying to form a union or meeting of our minds, but I can’t understand you.

Won’t you please speak up?

I know you have vast knowledge and important things to say. I know you mean well and have my best interests at heart. I know you love me, but why can’t I hear you.

Won’t you please speak up?

In my mind I imagine we are talking and smiling and laughing together, but I can’t quite catch your drift. What are you saying that is making me laugh? Why are you smiling? Your thoughts are not clear to me.

Won’t you please speak up?

Sometimes I feel as if we are passing in separate canoes down a raging river shouting something at each other, but the roar of the rushing waters keeps me from hearing you, and it keeps us apart.

Won’t you please speak up?

Sometimes I feel like we are strangers passing each other on our way home from work at night without a word or a nod of greeting. I know you know me, and I know you. Why won’t you recognize my virtue? Why don’t you say what is in your heart?

Won’t you please speak up?

There are times when I feel all alone, yet in the back of my mind I know you are there. Can’t you feel my desire? Don’t you know I want to embrace? Where are you? Don’t leave me here all alone. I need to know you are there.

Won’t you please speak up?

Is this the way it is always to be between us? Will out petty prejudices and hang-ups keep us apart? Are we never to know the beautiful music we could make together as we interact? Have you no mercy?

Won’t you please speak up?

Sometimes when I am asleep, I dream that we are together; gathered in a beautiful field of nature’s grand design. And we are holding hands, and talking to each other and singing sweet songs of happiness.

In my dreams I can hear you. I can hear what you are shouting to me. I agree. It’s time we came together. It’s time we made love, not war. It’s time we stopped our petty squabbling about different traditions we do not even remember the reason for. It’s time we remembered how we started, and that in the beginning we were of one desire. Together we can make a difference. Together we can change the world. Together we can make something wonderful happen.

It’s time we both spoke up.

Saturday, February 23, 2008

Ten Reasons You’re Not Smart Enough To Work At Home

If you are reading this you probably have already made a mess of your efforts to work at home. Please be aware that this is an attempt to tell it to you as it is. This is not for the feint of heart. That is probably why you got in trouble trying to work from home to begin with. This is where you find out what you are doing wrong, and what you can do to change it.

Here are ten reasons your not smart enough to work at home and what you can do to turn yourself into a self made work at home success story.

1. You’re a sucker – That’s right, you fall for every get rich quick scheme that comes along. Don’t listen to that nonsense that you can make thousands of dollars a week doing nothing. In most cases the only one getting rich here is the con artist selling you that get rich quick pitch. Start to use your head and learn to rely on the instincts that got you this far in your life. If it sounds to good to be true, it probably is. Don’t be a sucker.

2. You’re not computer literate – Join the club. That’s how most people start out on the Internet. If you nine-year-old child or grandchild can operate a computer, and navigate their way around the Internet so can you. Get some free lessons from your kids or friends. You don’t need to know that much to get started. The rest you can learn as you go.

3. You freeze up – Are we talking sexually or when you have to follow a command on the Internet? What did you do when your boss at work told you to do something? Did you freeze up or try and accomplish the task set out for you.

4. You keep reading – And reading and reading. There is so much information out there that it is confusing you. You don’t know what to believe. Start doing something. Experience will win out over reading about it time after time. Take some action.

5. You can’t decide – Is your problem you can’t decide what to have for lunch, or what business to go into working at home? Try and find something that you like to do, something that fits in with your interests and hobbies. Make a decision.

6. What do you sell – Who said you had to sell anything. Maybe you should give your information away and rely on pay per click income or affiliate sales once you create traffic to your site, or maybe you just want to sell the Web site or blog because due to the brilliant information you are dispensing you are getting a lot of traffic. Get some traffic first.

7. You have no Web site – You can find someone to put it up for you called a Web master or you can get an affiliate site to sell other people’s products for very little, or you can start a blog, which you can do without knowing any html. Setting up a blog is as simple as painting by the numbers. Give yourself a voice on the Internet. Set up a blog.

8. You don’t have an address- Do you mean you are homeless or you don’t have a domain name? If it is the former you are going to have real problems working from home. If it is the later you can buy one for a few dollars. First decide what you want to offer. Some people have even set up online businesses working from Internet public access from the library. Stop using excuses.

9. You don’t have a product – You do, but you don’t know what it is yet or how to make it. Somewhere rolling around in your mind is the knowledge to make an information product in the form of an e-book you can sell or give away to get more traffic to get people to buy something else. You are the product.

10. You’re not organized – Now you are starting to tell the truth. Make a list of things you need to do to start your own work at home business. What you need is a plan and some good advise. Would you change jobs without a plan or checking out what you are doing with someone you trust? Get an organizer and use it to make a plan.

Starting to work at home on the Internet is only going to work if you employ the skills that got you to this point in your life to begin with. It doesn’t matter if you are a stay at home parent, a retired Baby Boomer, or recently kicked out of a shrinking work force. Working at home in your own business, you are the new boss. You set your on hours, come up with your own products, and market your ideas on the Internet based on your knowledge, skills, and willingness to learn new things. If you do this right, plan it out, and rely on yourself and sound advise to find the right answers, you will be become smart enough to be successful working from home. Now let’s get started.

HI, this is Arthur Levine. To find out how to become smart enough to work at home successfully, please access