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  1. Adam, thanks for your always well thought-through comments. I appreciate your honesty and levelheadedness throughout all of this. I thoroughly enjoy all the comments that are made in this thread, both the funny ones and the serious ones. Thanks also to all of you who bring humor as well as your personal perspectives. Go RV!
  2. Thanks Adam … and TexasGranny! I'm on vacation and have been a VIP for years … I probably check out DV 2 or 3 times a day. I've had this sort of prophetic feeling for some time that the dinar would RV when I was on vaca. Perhaps, this is the week! LOL GO RV!!!!!
  3. Always appreciate you, Adam, and how you are consistently honest, encouraging, and kind to all. Thanks for the many years of incredible info and high-level advice in our VIP section. By the way newbies ... VIP is a must do if you’re looking for the very best information regarding the Iraqi Dinar. And remember, information will empower you to reach where you want to go in life.
  4. Rumor Section ... AKA a great read for those in the Dinar Vets family who enjoy the entertainment and humor of its fellow members. We all keep in mind that rumor is defined as: a currently circulating story or report of uncertain or doubtful truth. Or better known as B.S. 😜 However, I for one keep looking for a diamond in the rough.
  5. Adam, I need help please. I just noticed tonight that my VIP membership expired. I thought it was automatically renewed every three months, and there wasn't an expiration date. I just noticed that it expired today. Is there any way I can get back on the three-month track? I didn't know who else to ask. Thank you! Rick
  6. Discipline can be defined as choosing what we want most over what we want now. Patience can defined as choosing the ultimate over the immediate. This ride has challenged us all to grow in both characteristics. We are the sum total of the choices we make. I stand with Adam and all other Dinar Vets members to choose patience to stay the course, and discipline to not become impatient. This is a family of sorts ... hang in there! Love to all!
  7. In honor of our faithful and thankful friend, Sandfly .... Thanks Adam!!!
  8. Great idea Sage ... me too!
  9. Adam ... thank you for always being a straight shooter, and keeping a positive attitude. Your heart is easily exposed as a kind, generous, and honest man. All of your time and effort has seeded into the lives of many, and a great harvest is coming! A wonderful man named Paul once said,"You reap what you sow". πŸ˜‰ Ps ... if I'm going to send a test post, I want it to have some value. You deserve it!
  10. So true, Adam. Nothing says it better than this Psalm: β€œFor His anger is but for a moment, His favor is for life; Weeping may endure for a night, But joy comes in the morning.” Psalm 30:5 I've been on this site for quite a few years. I love being associated with VIP and OSI. I know many of our wonderful members have gone through some very tough times ...I hope this encourages you. A job is lost … but joy comes in the morning. A marriage ends … but joy comes in the morning. Feelings are hurt … but joy comes in the morning. A diagnosis is cancer … but joy comes in the morning. Relationships are strained … but joy comes in the morning. Rebellion is experienced … but joy comes in the morning. Addictive behavior is witnessed … but joy comes in the morning. Health fails … but joy comes in the morning. Eyesight dims … but joy comes in the morning. A spouse dies … but joy comes in the morning. Finances become tight … but joy comes in the morning. And so the list goes on and on and on and on … but joy comes in the morning. No matter what we face during the night it will pass, dawn will come and joy will be experienced. Nothing lasts forever. Regardless how dark the midnight hour might be … joy always comes in the morning. A promise is a promise … and God keeps his promises! This is dedicated to all those facing difficult and challenging times this Easter. Rest assured that joy will come, the dawning of a new day will take place and life continues. Joy DOES come in the morning.
  11. I actually shed a tier reading this! πŸ˜‚
  12. Haha ... so I'm not the only one who scans the small book-like posts to get to the meaty comments after! 😬
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