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I don't see Mr. Waters comments as "shallow" or "depressing". He is simply encouraging us to let the disappointments go and keep moving on. Staying connected with others and brightening their days as they brighten ours is God's work. Communicating with our fellow man/woman in constructive, positive and uplifting ways may be an amazing gift for many. It is possible, after all, to have a positive relationship with your fellow humans and God at the same time. Sometimes God is working through those on earth. You both want the same thing. It's just a matter of emphasis on the "Here" or the "Hereafter".3 days ago
Oh wow! I was going to vote for Martha if she had 26 years of service but if she only has 22 I can't do it. Thanks for that vital information. [beam]2 months ago
I think Capital Gains is a big question. I am no fan of income redistribution but the question I have is ...how is Capital Gains treated? The wealthy acquire a huge chunk of their wealth from Capital Gains which is not taxed as ordinary income. Are investments a form of consumption? There is a point in the wealth ladder where one starts to have cash to invest without affecting life style. Getting to this point is a big advantage. Providing a tax advantage is a double positive. This a situation that I might advocate for change. 10 months ago