Happy Labor DaySeptember 1, 2014
The best way to get a job is to know somebody no mater what your level of education. There are souls who are programmed to find a job on their own and others who are incapable of seeking employment and must be given a job.
It's refreshing that Americans no longer buy into corporate bull and understand how things are really run.
Wages and Salaries Still Lag as Corporate Profits Surge New York Times - September 1, 2014
This weekend the Showboat and Revel Casinos closed - employees now seeking employment. Trump Plaza shuts down Sept. 16. After that, Atlantic City will have eight casinos after starting the year with 12. Were there too many hotels? Will visitors go to other hotels to play? What is the future of both Atlantic City and Las Vegas? Would you like to see the energies of gambling casinos vanish forever? Life is a gamble. You win. You lose. You continue to play. Everything changes.
Is Your Student Prepared for Life? New York Times - August 31, 2014
16 million young adults set off for college this fall, they are looking at some frightening statistics. Despite the ever-rising cost of getting a degree, one number stands out like a person shouting in a campus library: According to a recent poll conducted by AfterCollege, an online entry-level job site, 83 percent of college seniors graduated without a job this spring. Even when these young people finally do get jobs, the positions are often part time, low wage or not related to their career interests. The problem isn't the quality of higher education in the United States, so what's missing?
10 best-paying jobs for high school graduates USA Today - September 1, 2014
1. Transportation, Storage and Distribution Managers
2. Elevator Installers and Repairers
3. Detectives and Criminal Investigators
4. Commercial Pilots
5. Power Plant Operators
6. Gaming Managers
7. Transportation Inspectors
8. Postmasters and Mail Superintendents
9. Electrical Power-Line Installers and Repairers
10. Gas Plant Operators
It's September. Time for change. If you relax and "listen" this month, you will receive messages about what's left for you and the hologram. Just focus and listen. Keep it simple.
Focus is also on Joan Rivers slowly being removed from life support. I met Joan in the Catskill Mountains in the 1960's when she was performing at the Raleigh Hotel as was my husband Ralph. Joan came to me in a dream Sunday morning and said she wanted to come back, could I help her? I told her I couldn't and in less than a second conveyed the nature of the hologram to her. She focused, got it and did not seem unhappy - just 2 girls from Brooklyn hanging out.
Questions that stir souls now more that ever: "Why am I here?" "How can I help and heal in a large-scale way and make a living doing it?" "When is the hologram going to end?" One of Saturday's clients, a woman in her 50's who studies metaphysics and was born in Transylvania, dreamed she climbed to the top of a mountain to find the answers. When she got there everything faded to black.
7 Questions That Will Keep You Curious Huffington Post - September 1, 2014
What is love?
Where do I want to be?
What happens when I die?
What makes me come alive?
How do I want to be remembered?
Am I truly happy?
What is my purpose in life?