The OP took unpaid time off work and that was a huge problem, among a bunch of other problems.
If employers, family, friends and acquaintances acted generously and compassionately when they knew someone was going through a difficult time, the OP
wouldn't have racked up those cards that put her in a precarious and frusterating situation.
Usury - credit cards - mortgages - student loans and such CAPITALIZE on societies that do not treat each other well on a personal level - on a person
to person level. Examples are:
Employers who do not meet their employees financial means. Maternity leave, sick pay, paid vacation, pay not comparable to surrounding living costs,
and so on.
Keeping families separated. Pushing one's kids out of the home to go to college and live somewhere else where they rack up debt and/or financially
burden parent/s, instead of contributing to their immediate family and helping a parent/s pay off their mortgage on their estate by working a job
close to home using their most honorable High School Diploma. And, we can't forget the business of divorce. So, what too many view as being normal,
such as kids not helping parents out financially - enacting child labor laws, land grabbing by the wealthy and reselling it to the middle class and
below at an extremely high mark up and interest rate that usually takes 30 years to pay off, the sabatoge and out right mockery of the High School
Diploma now considered worthless in the work place, and the inability of married couples to compromise with each other, genuinely care about the
other and offer each other comfort during hardships, and distracted by outside influences to name a few, result in divorce, ALL add to the disbanning
And the disbanning of families goes even further with the promotion of abortion and contraceptives in a society where these families are already small
or even nonexistant being the sole survivor. It's like the system is saying, "hey single young woman out there with no family, take this pill so you
don't create anymore family yourself and Big Daddy Credit Card and Mother Mortgage will be your new family" Seriously though, our families are tiny,
with only 1 to 3 kids. So we have super small families broken up with not to many relatives left living in highly populated areas where that
population barely communicates with each other. All this is a perfect climate to insert loans into the society because it's human nature that tragedy
will strike. They know this.
Therefor, the agenda to promote personal independence and remove natural social welfare from neighbor to neighbor and put that social welfare in the
hands of big government, benefit a usury, credit, loan system.
How many times have we heard people say something like, "I did that, all by myself, independently, I am strong." While that may seem all good at the
time, Mr. or Ms. Independent is going to come to a point in their life where they will need someone, but can't find anyone because gone is the big
family and the few remaining happen to all have been indoctrinated into the "all by myself" system too, if they all hit hard times at the same time
they are screwed AND they have absolutely no idea how to get along with each other in a genuine way, long gone are the barn raisings and neighbors
truly helping neighbors who know each other, who bring food over in times of grief - hardship. So what do most do now? They turn to institutions to
help them because no one knows how to help anyone genuinely on a personal level anymore. And the biggest institution is not the growing welfare
government, but the usury system. The credit card and finace companies. Will they merge?
So while the OP states she will never participate in that kind of system again, she also states that she still is by continuing to pay, so the never
hasn't happened, yet. And if all were to merge as mentioned above it will be easier to enslave with people relying on government and big business
instead of each other. To which those will lack humanity being operated by computers and robots, which is not normal. There will be no discussion
regarding hardship and why having trouble paying on a loan or loans - all automated. All run by the wealthy elite who have solid families. So remember
that conversation you had with another human over the phone, regarding your past due loan, hearing emotion in the voice. . . On both ends. Your's and
their's. These are the last years for us outsiders from the wealthy elite, to come together as one family and start treating each other right, to end
the path that leads to doom for the majority.
And I want to add, how are we able to help others when they have a hardship and we have barely enough money to survive the cost imposed on modern day
society ourselves and all goods and resources are closely guarded and require money to obtain? Put it on a credit card? Take out a loan? Just comfort
them in talk with no real action? Ignore them and hope the devastation they experience kicks them in the butt to miraculously land a career that will
give them financial security?
What did Jesus Christ tell everyone to do? To love your neighbor, youself and God, to give to the poor, to not put a cost on food or healthcare. He
told everyone they are to work to share and teach love, that that is the work. That that is the work that pays. That that is the work that pays off in
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