Saturday, August 24th, 2013
- Your health is your wealth
- They’ve squandered their “health-wealth” and it’s too late
- All the money in the world won’t help you after you’re bed-ridden and sick
- Why don’t people have a wellness rainy day account
- Take some quality nutritional supplements and not a one-a-day vitamin
- If you are not strong then how can you expect your body to fight off illness?
Your health is your wealth, but people don’t seem to value it. They wait until they’re sick and then, in a panic, they react to a diagnosis from their doctor and become someone who will do anything just to get their health back.
They did nothing to prevent sickness, but now that they’re sick they’ll do anything to be healthy again. They’ll even change their lifestyle. They’ll stop smoking, start exercising, lose weight – they’ll do anything – just make the sickness go away. By this time they’ve squandered their “health-wealth” and it’s too late.Continue reading »
Monday, March 4th, 2013
- The world is living on the brink of uncertainty
- Arab Spring made the news in 2012
- Austerity measures are another area of uncertainty
- You are told that real estate is a great buy right now
- People are worried about their health
- People are starving for hope
The world is living on the brink of uncertainty. First, let’s talk about the world event that caught everyone off guard – the Pope resigned. This didn’t catch us off-guard as on November 12, 2011 we predicted that the Pope would resign due to health reasons, and/or a scandal. it seems we were right on both counts. This notarized prediction can be found on the Channeled Readings Greatest Hits web page.
Arab Spring made the news in 2012, but where are we now? All these Arab countries that had riots and demonstrations in order to gain a more democratic government have discovered that the new rulers put into power are no better than the ousted dictators and in many cases worse.Continue reading »
Thursday, March 10th, 2011
CR GREATEST HITS©
No matter what they think, people need to plan for economic and civil instability and unrest. They need to at least have some money put away for basic expenses, some food and water and a way to protect themselves. Growing economic troubles in other countries will be affecting America. In addition to the deteriorating conditions already in America, costs for food, energy, taxes, health care are all going up, while people’s income, jobs, benefits, real estate are all declining. (NEWS proof) We see a major event that will occur around March 18th, plus or minus 3 days that will affect the global economy in a negative way. This event could be a sharp reversal in the stock markets, possibly the result of a flash crash. Continue reading »
Saturday, November 6th, 2010
Last Tuesday, voters delivered to President Obama the worst Democratic defeat in recent history. He was elected President on a platform of hope and change. However, “Yes We Can” became “No He Couldn’t.” Granted, he inherited some of the economic and foreign policy mess from the last administration, but he had a chance to do something about it and he didn’t. The country is drowning in a whirlpool of debt from failed bailouts and stimulus plans while wars and military expansion are costing over 50% of every tax dollar and bankrupting the country. The first thing this “change” President should have done is change something that was broken rather than allowing more things to break. VIDEO of this session
Thursday, October 7th, 2010
The word “change” has many different meanings depending on the situation. You can change your appearance, your hair or wardrobe for instance, and the change may or may not be good for you as it is a thing of individual taste. But it was a change you chose to take on and you can always change your mind and reverse it. Changing your opinion requires new information that allows you to see things in a different light. New information may have exposed your own biases or found that your opinion was based on faulty beliefs. Then, you don’t necessarily change as a person, but you do go forward with this mental mid-course correction having changed how you view the world. When it comes to politics and political change, it is much more difficult. First, the change that any politician preaches will affect more than just you. It will affect hundreds of thousands or millions of people. It is easy to paint change with a broad brush while running for office, appealing to voters and promising that the coming change is needed and will be good for the entire country. President Obama ran on a platform of change, telling Americans that the time for serious change had come. Things were broken and needed to be fixed. Things like health care, two wars, the economy and more. He admitted he didn’t cause these things, but he was going to change them. When you listened to him speak, he was sincere. His sincerity and passion came out and the masses identified with him like no candidate before him. So with all this sincerity and promise of change, why don’t people feel good about any change that’s occurred since President Obama took office? Did we need change or did we need something else? Continue reading »
Tuesday, March 16th, 2010
POLITICS- Predictions from Higher Intelligence “Americans are a nation of over-consumers; especially when it comes to health care. Patients are willing to over-consume rather than prevent. Suppliers are willing to over-produce for profits.”
Commentary: People over-consume because of advertising and suppliers over-produce because of greed. Congress is unable and unwilling to fix a broken system driven by greed.
Monday, August 10th, 2009
Greetings from Sedona, Benny Fans! I hope you made some extra “scratch” with my picks from last week…and donated some of your profits to your local animal shelter?
I ran out of liver treats this week so I went to my local Walgreen’s to pick up some up and while I was there, I made an interesting observation. There was a long line at the Pharmacy. I noticed the people were all age groups. . . seniors, boomers, middle age, and younger folks. Another thing I noticed is that they all had something in common. They were all asking for the same drugs. They were asking for all the drugs they saw on TV. Apparently, they all got these diseases after they watched the commercials. Before they saw the commercial, did they know they were sick? Apparently not. They might have known they were depressed, but they sure didn’t know that this new drug would could boost the power of their depression medicine…making it more powerful. It’s like Prozac-Helper! Wow, an old concept from the 1960′s applied to modern medicine! And they used to think when their foot fell asleep, it was natural. Continue reading »
Monday, June 29th, 2009
Howdy Benny Fans! I hope you had a good weekend…I chased lizards all around the patio this afternoon – what fun that was! I didn’t catch any, as they are trickier than Goldman Sachs… but I got some sun and burned off a few calories…let’s get down to business!
Benny’s Rant… The rise in health care costs has become a nightmare for American businesses and consumers. Too much involvement by the Government in the health care process, too many lobbyists, the malpractice industry running out of control, and the relentless barrage of commercials on TV for pharmaceuticals that nobody really needs for new diseases that didn’t exist before (e.g. restless leg, P.A.D., and BBS…bird breath syndrome) keep the whole system spinning out of control with Big Pharma and Big Insurance raking in billions. Continue reading »
Saturday, May 17th, 2008
Which global economies will prosper and which will suffer? The emergence of the middle class in America after World War II was the beginning of America’s economic boom. It was the outline of the American dream that drove the economy. The desire to have a home, a good job, with decent pay and benefits, and have two cars in the garage, drove the economy. This entire process made America a three class country; the wealthy, the poor, and the emerging middle class. The middle class created a new concept, not only economically, but built the concept of consumerism. As long as consumerism was driving the economy, more and more jobs were created. It was also at this time that labor unions were at their strongest. They supported a huge working middle class and forced companies through threat of strikes to be more than fair with employees.Continue reading »