I have been in this currency investment for about 4 years and I very much appreciate the efforts to bring us quality Intel, especially the focus put on post redemption thinking such as the humanitarian efforts. Really that is the main focus of most intel now, creating jobs and providing help for those in need. Which I agree is extremely important. But there is an area of concern that I have put some time in thought but I’m not sure how I'm to approach it post redemption. I didn't have this concern earlier because I was only expecting .47 VND, and 3.22 IDQ but now the rates are crazy not to mention the ZIM.
I've called into calls and I've also posted online and tried to voice my concern but my question was misunderstood I think. So I’ll try to express my thought fully and hopefully someone can maybe give an answer or share a thought.
I understand that with this NESARA comes the elimination of all bank debt and everyone starting with a new slate. What is our role as redeemers concerning our families? I used this word “Redeemer” on purpose because the bible uses this word to discribe Jesus which I might add is not a religious word.
-A Redeemer is a man that goes and repurchases land that his brother sold in distress and restores the land back to the family’s name-
Adam lost his kingdom due to sin and Jesus paid the price and redeemed the land and restored man's kingship/Kingdom back to him. So as our role now to the world in a sense.
My concern is my “family”; family comes first. I’ve been blessed with a very close net family. Giving money to humanitarian projects is something that I find easy to do, because I don’t really have to be responsible with that giving. But giving money to an individual, more importantly someone I Iove; I’m realizing I will have a problem with because I don’t want to hurt them.
I understand that money doesn’t change a person; it simply makes you more of what you already are. It’s like giving a drug addict a million dollars. I’m not suggesting that anyone in my family is an addict but the problem is you don’t know people until you know them. Or you don’t know yourself until your given certain freedoms. Figuratively speaking, I don’t want to be the uncle that buys my nephew a car too soon and he goes out and kills himself in it.
My initial plan was to simply pay everyone’s debt and paying them their current salary with a requirement for them to attend a program that I will set up with money management professionals and life coaches; possibly gradually increasing. But with all debt being forgiven its almost temping to tell them to go create more debt.
With great gifts comes great responsibility. If the rate that we get is based on our projects and they want to fund for 50 years. Who is going to carry it on after I'm gone if not family. It's like a preacher going out and preaching to the world trying to save it and his family is wrecked because of his/her misplaced focus .
In summary I'm just looking for more guidance or focus on something that came to us free but can't be bought with money.