Friday, September 16, 2016


Elmerf123456:  Step on up!
If we are truly at the end of this magnificent ride, let me share a few thoughts from a simple man that spent most of his life looking for a silly Wabbit, and learned a little something along way!
*All questions will eventually be answered

*Chop your own wood, it will warm you twice!

*Most things in life are taken for granted 

* Be a solution in life

*Put your mind in gear before you put your tongue in action

*The important thing is not the triumphs but lessons lessons learned through the struggle

*Visualize better days ahead

*Don't take out your frustrations out on the people you love the most

*Life changes us in unpredictable ways

*When "if" and "when" are planted, "nothing" grows

*Forget what you know in order to learn new things

*You must bring the artist into the world yourself so be the brush

*Great minds discuss ideas, average minds discuss events, small minds discuss people

*Implement your ideas do not hoard them

*Life divides people into two categories:those waiting for something to happen and those making something happen. 
Our task and mission is to change the world. Please don't just pocket your blessing, put it to work and step up to the front of the line and do whatever you can to pay it forward no matter how large or small you may think it is.

Greatness is not always determined by size, but by the action that was first taken!
Go in Love!      Elmer

OKRocks:  I am being told not til next week sometime for us... but then no one really knows because this process is too complex... just knowing we are in the mix of it keeps me grateful

Yada: okrocks,,,we could very well be part of the groups the banks are expecting with the PUBLIC next week,,,

OkRocks:  Senate to hold hearing next week on Wells Fargo's aggressive sales tac​ticshttp://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-wells-fargo-hearing-20160912-sna​p-story.html

SassyD:  Deutsche Bank Slapped With $14 Billion Fine By DOJ Over Mortgage Probe​ -- Sept. 15, 2016 -- http://www.wsj.com/articles/deutsche-bank-is-asked-to-pay-14-billion-t​o-resolve-u-s-probe-into-mortgage-securities-1473975404

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