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Karma

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karma

Destiny by Karma.

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Hard to believe, but this is a true story.

First, a big thank you to Malte @SE1_Trading for his unselfish promotion of myself and these other outstanding professionals who I believe are top notch.

It is an honor for me to be included with these traders.

RT @FuturesTrader71: @SE1_Trading Thank you as always #ff > Really appreciate what you, Fari @HamzeiAnalytics and E @eminiwizard are doing. //In gratitude!

RT @HamzeiAnalytics @SE1_Trading @FuturesTrader71 @eminiwizard Giving back to the community, in a meaningful way, creates tons of #KARMA

I add this classic: “The service we render others is the rent we pay for our room on earth” -Wilfred Grenfell

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My stress level has been elevated the past few days.

About a month ago, my wife and I came upon three bicyclists lying in the middle of a busy road. We stopped to help, and did what any caring person would do: give a hand to someone in need. A nurse stopped and assisted, as other cars whizzed by.

It turned out one of them had a broken femur.  We now have a few new friends from Canada who appreciated our roadside efforts.

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I am not a good cook. I was worried my skills would be immediately tested, but that is now on the back burner.

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Yesterday my wife and I were roller blading. A van took a corner too close to her, and forced her off the road. Fortunately she was wearing a helmet and wrist guards, but she went flying and landed on her left arm.

I kept her still, but she was in obvious pain. Within two minutes a bicyclist and a nurse drove by and stopped to help. She called 911, checked my wife’s pulse and vital signs. Stacie was a miracle worker: she even talked her young son into giving up a few candies as sugar levels dropped.

Stacie and Dick, we thank you.

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X-rays showed a break in the head of the Humorous.

Not funny at all.

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When neighbors on the street and close friends heard the news, they made dinners for us that will keep my lack of culinary skills a secret for at least a week.

We were going out with those Canadian friends for dinner tomorrow, but we will have to take a rain check on it.

Working on my laundry and domestic skills right now, they are a bit rusty.

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Before I forget, a chart. Which one may be in play right now?

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Karma?

I believe in it.

That’s why I quickly and easily dismiss those who ridicule our attempts to help one another.

We always have choices; I choose to find the good in people and focus on those kindred spirits all around us.

We will find them if we just take the time to look.

 

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