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The Don S. McClure Show Live - Thinking about the events of this week Your life?

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The Don S. McClure Show Live - Thinking about the events of this week in your life?

Think about the events this week in your life.
It is hard to imagine that the events of your life are deposited into what is known as the Bank of Life.  Yes, I  said the Bank deposits pertaining to your life events go directly to your life account.
 From the time you are born and start to cry to let the world know you have arrived at the current time you are living or for some just merely existing.  The Bank opens and becomes filled each by the end of your day. What do I mean by all of this is simple.  There are 365 days in the year and from the start of the life cycle events happen throughout your day, some soft and kind as the love from someone to the hectic battle from illness and disease. 
Some filled with joy as you watch your body and mind grow from wonderful dreams of desires, some from exposure and others from experiences which are not always good. But still, are learning lessons. The Bank records each event and at the end of the day, week, month, and year. You get to see how much you have deposited, and if your Life bank is filled with small deposits and errors from a bad judgment which causes your account to become overdrawn, creating a negative balance. Or your account looks health with an excellent cash flow of events that you can see how some of the following years will turn out because you have operating capital to finance some of your ideas.   Now no life is perfect so there will be times not under your control that events cause problems, so we add those in giving you an 85 % rating for your Bank account. And during the 365 days that you operate, you can gauge how much value your life bank has at the end of the day, week, month, and year.

 

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