Your Financial Freedom Day!

July 4, 2008

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freedom: the power to determine action without restraint.

As we celebrate America’s birthday and independence, let this be a personal financial freedom day for you! We are so blessed in this country to be able to worship freely, have access to free education, and have the freedom to be as hard-working or as lazy as we want to be. We truly have “the power to determine action without restraint” in this country. All this because of the sacrifices of our military men and women past and present. Always remember to throw up a prayer for them today and every day.

In the same way the United States declared their independence from England, let this be your personal independence day from debt! Let this be the day that you decide to take a stand and get out of the dependence on debt. How do you do this?

Let’s take a look at the people of the British colonies. They were being taxed and levied by the English government and they didn’t like it. They got mad enough to declare their independence from Great Britain. Your situation is no different. The credit card companies are “taxing” you like crazy and ripping you off with high interest rates. It’s time to get mad. It’s time to start your own revolutionary war against debt!

So mark this day on your calendar as your own declaration of independence from debt and within a year or two you’ll look back and see how much progress you’ve made! I’ll be along for the ride to help as much as I can. I’m fighting the same battles you are. Keep reading and God bless! That’s enough history lessons for today!

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3 Responses to “Your Financial Freedom Day!”

  1. Francois Says:

    Great post; I love the way you’re speaking about debt.

    The more I learnt about financial freedom, and just freedom, the more I started hating and loathing debt, because debt makes you a slave by stealing your freedom.

    Just wanted to let you know I share you passions. 🙂

    Good luck on your journey to financial freedom.

    Francois


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