*The Day Before*
Timing Is Everything. How often have we heard that. For most of us, far too often. Especially since, in most cases, it’s basically a ‘default’ reason for something not happening when we wanted it to. Or even worse, when we really needed it to.
Which seems quite fitting for our current status here in Dinarland. I’m willing to bet that 99.99999999% of us (I hate to speak for everyone) would rather be living out our post RV exchange dreams. And yet, here we are. Once again, rolling in to another month. Another month of another year.
Not just another month. But a month we never imagined we’d still be sitting here. Broke. In fact, this entire year is kind of a fantasy year. A year that never should have been.
With all the done done done’s, all the ‘supposedly’ close calls we’ve had, how on earth can we still be sitting here on this side of the RV/GCR/GFR.
The ‘wrong’ side as it were. The pre exchange side. I don’t know about you, but I certainly consider this to be the wrong side of the tracks. And judging by the banter on many of the sites throughout Dinarland, that seems to be the general overall consensus.
Disappointment. Depression. Down right rage. It’s all out there. Sure, there are a few that are touting their hopefulness in a ‘sooner than later’ outcome. But even those voices are getting fewer and fewer amongst the masses.
For the most part, Dinarland is on fire. Not that difficult to see why.
And as I watch all this play out, on a daily basis, it got me to thinking. Many are upset and aggravated by the endless letdowns. And for the most part, they seem to base these letdowns on the fact that somebody posts a date that this will happen.
Guaranteed, beyond a doubt, nothing can stop it. That the infamous 800#’s will be released. And like clockwork, they never are.
Matter of fact, just about the only thing you CAN depend on, like clockwork, is that when somebody calls it for a particular day, that day is guaranteed to be a no go. I guess it’s nice to have something to depend on in the land of undependability.
But the other ‘standout’ for me is the vast array of ‘start’ dates. The dates of their original currency purchases. Some peeps have been involved for a couple years. Some five years. Others, approaching a decade or more.
And we also have those that have been involved for a year or less. To be honest, not to short change them in any way, but I view the ‘yearlings’ (and under) as total rookies. They simply don’t know the true meaning of dedicated pain. Not even close.
And yet, everybody got involved under the same guise. The same “better buy in right away because it’s goin’ down in two days” hypefest. And unfortunately, here we all are, quite a ways past that two day deadline.
The other thing that stands out to me is that regardless of the amount of time various Dinarians have been invested in this too good to be true (according to their non believing friends and family) supposed scam, they all shout the same thing. “This should have already happened by now!”
Let’s think that one through for a minute. Let’s just say that it did happen when it was ‘supposed’ to. Whenever that was for each individual. Or just to keep it simple, let’s just say that it happened when we all thought it was going to happen.
Give it a second and let that one sink in. I know I do every time I hear someone cry out, “What’s taking so dang long! Just push the button!!!” Well, if they did it when someone that got in two years ago thought it should have, wouldn’t that have eliminated all the people that have gotten involved in less than the past two years? You bet it would.
Let’s play that out just a bit further. What if it happened when those that got in four years ago wanted it to. Then that would eliminate anyone that has gotten involved in anything less than four years ago. You can pretty much see where I’m going with this. Everybody wishes the door would have slammed shut just after they got in. And I can see their point.
But I’m willing to bet those that got in after them are sure glad they didn’t get their way. Because those with less time on their time clocks would have never known it even happened. Would have missed the bus. Would have never been a part of this once in a lifetime, history making endeavor.
So, rather than be upset about it, why not look at the good parts of this taking so excruciatingly long. There has to be something good about it, correct? Well, not only have those that can see the ‘bigger’ picture received an edumaction in global economics that they never imagined. It’s also been one that money could never buy.
Sure, it also exposed some ‘shpooky stuff’ going on behind the curtain that we wish we could unsee, but nevertheless a lesson in how the world truly works. Which can’t help but to make us better prepared for our post exchange future.
And another benefit of this taking so dang long is the amount of involvement (more currency purchased) since we first jumped on board. I don’t know about you, but I know that once I was convinced that this thing was real and was really going to happen, I wanted to own more currency than I had at the start.
In todays Dinarland, with the insane rates being tossed about, many Dinarians are under the impression that they have enough, if not more than enough, currency. But I won’t be convinced of that until I’m sitting at my exchange appointment and I know for certain of the rates I’m dealing with.
And by that time, if I were to be unhappy with my holdings, it will be too late to make any changes. Too late to purchase any more currency.
Yes, I agree. Just be happy you’re even involved. Be happy with whatever amount of currency you have but I also know that had this happened shortly after my original purchase (as I too was promised it would LOL), I would not have been nearly as happy as I know I will be with my current holdings.
I say all this to bring another perspective to the “Why hasn’t it happened yet!” and ‘Who’s continually stopping this?” banter. Next time you feel frustrated and want to scream out at the top of your keyboard in anger, just be grateful that it didn’t ‘pop’ the day before you got in.
One Who Believes That Timing Is Everything
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*The Day Before*
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