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Feeling Humble Today…

Feeling Humble

September 11 is a day that makes me humble.

Thousands of innocent people died from religious fanatics who hate the freedoms we have in America . For a short time, we came together as a nation whether we were Republicans or Democrats.

I am humble for the blessings I have.

The people in our military put their lives on the line in various parts of the world that allow us to have the freedoms we have here at home.

They deserve our support and respect. I am blessed to donate 100% of my book and program profits to charities that support dogs and veterans.

My military service was during the Vietnam War and I was in the Naval Reserve. I enlisted while in college and did not end up being sent overseas.

Some of the people with whom I went to high school came back wearing a colostomy bag from their injuries, or in a body bag.

I was able to eat meals at a table on the ship and take showers. I did not have to wade through jungles or crawl through rice paddies.

I am humble for the blessings I have.

I thank God for my health, my prosperity, and for the relationships with the people I love who love me.

I am humble for the blessings I have.

What are the blessings you can be thankful for at this time?

To Your Prosperity,

Rennie

The post Feeling Humble Today… first appeared on Rennie Gabriel.

Rennie Gabriel The Financial Coach

After two divorces and a business failure Rennie went from broke at age 50 to multi-millionaire after learning the three secrets of the wealthy (despite failing high school math). Rennie is a TEDx speaker and he now donates 100% of the profits from his books and online programs to rescue dogs and soldiers. His award winning, best-selling book, Wealth On Any Income has been translated into eight languages.

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