Entry Submitted by ubiety at 3:42 PM EST on November 7, 2016
I don't need a new spiritual advisor. While the sentiment is nice, there's just too much variation suggested by those offering advice which would move us away from historic and biblical Christianity. Of course, I'm happy to talk about my faith, I simply don't want to incorporate the precepts offered within the dinarland channels of information as a condition of being accepted as a sincere and interested investor.
I suppose there are some who can use the advice to think of what may be useful to say during a currency exchange our how to use the funds thereafter. But again, the dinarland information sources are, by their own words, not professional advisors about finance, investment, or legal matters.
I don't need my country's government to be replaced and I surely don't want my acceptance of doing so to be a condition for being allowed to participate in the dinarland websites - overtly or subtly. Sure there is fantastic corruption to address, but back to the main purpose, with our currencies exchanged, we will have the resources to address these matters instead of spectators lamenting them.
I don't need someone to "keep me hanging on" in this investment. Some gurus make postings the read like a book on positive self-affirmation instead of offering valuable information on this investment. I've even read gurus who say this investment is not important, which is peculiar considering that without having entered the investment and then sought out additional information on it we wouldn't be reading these gurus who now offer that the investment is not really so important - or at least, not so important as the guru's philosophies. We don't need to be led anywhere spiritually, we just appreciate some help in reaching a successful investment. No "ascension" or philosophies needed, thank you.
The folks that can facilitate the long discussed "800 numbers" will be doing a wonderful favor to disseminate that information to those who follow the dinarland websites. But, as mentioned, while there is a place for the peripheral information provided by these sites, the very highest value is strictly in providing a legitimate means of exchanging our currency and completing this part of our journey.
In the mean time, I urge all of us to focus on what's important in this investment. Otherwise in life, we work, we clean our home, we garden, we pay bills, we volunteer at our church or in our community, and many other things. We do what is necessary for those things to get done. Here in this realm, we would be wise to equally employ the K.I.S.S. Principle: Keep It Super Simple. As we do what we need to do for our investment to be successful, let's be and stay "grounded", which, according to Merriam-Webster, means "mentally and emotionally stable; admirably sensible, realistic, and unpretentious."
We invested in currencies. We want to follow through on that. We want to focus on that task. We have lives that, overall, we like and want to keep, even with improvements we greatly look forward to making. We want to exchange our currencies and complete this phase. We want to limit our distractions and busy work as we seek a way to accomplish our currency exchange. Gurus, we come to you for these purposes. Please respect the journey we have chosen and let us know if you will be a resource to complete the currency exchange portion of it.