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  • Is it ok to have your heart set on remote work?

    My dream is to work from home

    so I can move to the mountains. 

    It doesn't have to be Lake Tahoe

    or Mount Shasta, CA. It can be 

    reasonably close by such as Big Bear or Lake Arrowhead. 

    The reason is so I can spend 

    my time more effectively in 

    meditation and prayer for Earth. 

    I still have 60 years left to be alive. 

    Your thoughts? 

    3 AnswersOther - Careers & Employment2 hours ago
  • Alex Jones still going strong!!! Show Support?

    Now, he's reporting that Trump and his 

    lawyer, Rudy Giuliani are planning 

    negotiations at the Hyatt Hotel in Phoenix, AZ. 

    Thank God. The cavalry has arrived. Your thoughts? 

    3 AnswersPolitics6 hours ago
  • How can I explain this to my family?

    My  parents know I'm an ascetic who wants to live 

    alone the mountains. I didn't explain why though: 

    I want to be a pioneer into HIGHER-DIMENSIONAL 

    REALITY where angels live and be able to spirit-travel

    to that world. Lot's of people can. I just can't because I'm 

    stuck in Los Angeles. I want to be up there with Edgar Cayce. 

    Advice Please

    6 AnswersReligion & Spirituality2 days ago
  • How do I stand up to my parents (not be rude)?

    My parents understand I'm a slow-poke

    and most jobs wear me out. I'd rather live  

    in a monastery but that's not going to happen.  

    How about this? I can work from home as a 

    medical transcription editor or bookkeeper. 

    I can always settle on being a library-technician,

    How can I state to my parents nicely but firmly:

    "This is my dream, to work from home as a

    medical-transcriptionist. I expect your approval."  

    Is that the right attitude to have about my career? 

    2 AnswersParenting2 days ago
  • I need your honest opinion please?

    I am very, very smart in math, physics, music, medicine. 

    It's just that I find most college-classes to be too 

    fast-paced. I'm not creative enough to write 20 pages. 

    Plus, working more than 30 hours/week is just too exhausting. 

    I'd rather be dead then work 40 to 50 hours/week. That' awful. 

    It would mean a lot to me, if my family found me some 

    easy way to work from home? How can I convince them 

    to do that? Life isn't supposed to be this hard/demanding. 

    Please help!!!

    9 AnswersReligion & Spirituality4 weeks ago
  • I need help turning my life around?

    My parents are always too

    busy for me? Is that normal?

    A) What life-skills do I need to learn on

    my own? Budgeting, shopping, what else?

    B) As far as income, it would mean

    a lot to me if my family can find

    me some way to work from home?

    C) Are college-degrees even worth

    anything, anymore? Most of them don't

    guarantee a good-future anyway, so?!?

    D) How can I buy a car on my own?

    How much money would a basic

    Honda-Accord cost to maintain, per month?

    Politics4 weeks ago
  • Is getting a 2-year degree worth anything?

    A) Is it worth it to get a 2-year degree in Business,

    just to become a manager at some Coffee-House?!? 

    B) Is it worth it to get a 2-year math-degree,

    just to become an online mathematics-tutor?  

    Thank You 

    2 AnswersPolitics1 month ago
  • What's with the epidemic of 30 yr old's living at home?

    After the 2008 crash, nothing has been okay in California.

    What is the solution? I just don't see

    any except working from home, and leaving Los Angeles?  

    Almost every house on our street, and from what I can tell,

    all across Los Angeles, are filled with young-adults with no future?  

    I've talked to Homeless people right around

    the corner on our block. They say it's not just 

    60,000 homeless living on the streets of Los Angeles.  

    It's more like 500,000, which is 1 out of every 20 people in LA county.

    6 AnswersReligion & Spirituality2 months ago
  • Help! I don't have what it takes to be an American?

    My family thinks I'm lazy but that's not what it is.

    I'm a Tibetan Buddhist/Minimalist. Everything in

    California is too fast-paced for me. Everything's a hassle.   

    College-classes are too demanding. Working 40 hours/week

    and be asked to finish chores at home is exhausting. Is that normal? 

    There's nothing wrong with me, except I'm perceived

    as a slow-poke. What kind of person does that make me? 

    2 AnswersParenting2 months ago
  • Help! I don't have what it takes to be an American?

    My family thinks I'm lazy but that's not what it is. 

    I'm a Tibetan Buddhist/Minimalist. Everything in 

    California is too fast-paced for me. Everything's a hassle.  

    College-classes are too demanding. Working 40 hours/week 

    and be asked to finish chores at home is exhausting. Is that normal?

    There's nothing wrong with me, except I'm perceived 

    as a slow-poke. What kind of person does that make me? 

    4 AnswersOther - Careers & Employment2 months ago
  • Why are 18 year old's expected to raise themselves?

    I asked my parents. They said, you're supposed to  

    learn how to get an apartment and pay rent, choose  

    a career, do well in school, and buy a car all on your own.  

    Is that normal? 

    5 AnswersReligion & Spirituality2 months ago
  • Which town is nicer: Mt. Shasta or S. Lake Tahoe?

    I absolutely must leave Los Angeles county, I'm dying here.

    What does it take to live in the

    mountains? Do I need a car? 

    I looked online. Rent for a one

    room studio is $1,200 plus/month. 

    ...so, assuming I can work from 

    home, how does that work? Do 

    I apply for an apartment online?!? 

    Do I order furniture once I'm in

    my new apartment, or before?!?

    2 AnswersReligion & Spirituality2 months ago
  • Whose fault is it 35 year old's live at home?

    I'm 34 and still live at home with aging parents. 

    I do work at Coffee-Bean, it's the only 

    thing within walking-distance I can enjoy. 

    My brother is 32. He has a Master's degree

    and still lives at home. My mom is 70, she's 

    unemployable. 

    Is that normal? Yes, we're from Los Angeles, CA. 

    5 AnswersFamily2 months ago
  • Aren't you thrilled to be part of the End-Times?

    Humanity pulled off the impossible!!! We defeated the illuminati.

    Trump has wrestled away $50 Trillion which he will use to bail

    out the American-people; plus, we'll get back all the technology  

    they stole.  

    We can end poverty, war, environmental-destruction over the

    next few decades!!! 

    Hallejulah!!! 

    4 AnswersReligion & Spirituality2 months ago
  • Aren't you thrilled to be part of the End-Times?

    Humanity pulled off the impossible!!! We defeated the illuminati. 

    Trump has wrestled away $50 Trillion which he will use to bail 

    out the American-people; plus, we'll get back all the technology 

    they stole. 

    We can end poverty, war, environmental-destruction over the 

    next few decades!!!

    Hallejulah!!! 

    3 AnswersPolitics2 months ago
  • Which town is nicer: Mt Shasta or S. Lake Tahoe?

    I absolutely must leave Los Angeles county, I'm dying here.

    What does it take to live in the

    mountains? Do I need a car?

    I looked online. Rent for a one

    room studio is $1,200 plus/month.

    ...so, assuming I can work from

    home, how does that work? Do

    I apply for an apartment online?!?

    Do I order furniture once I'm in

    my new apartment, or before?!?

    2 AnswersSacramento2 months ago
  • Is remote bookkeeping a good career?

    I'm concerned, since we're moving towards a world 

    without money, they may be obsolete in 10 or 20 years. 

    3 AnswersOther - Careers & Employment2 months ago
  • Do you realize there are 8 kinds of intelligence?

    Scientists have identified 8 kinds of intelligence: 

    Interpersonal

    Emotional/Intrapersonal

    Logic and Mathematical

    Kinetic (think construction)

    Reading and Literacy

    Spatial (drawing)

    Musical 

    Spiritual 

    I try not to judge others. Please don't judge me. 

    No one's perfect. 

    5 AnswersReligion & Spirituality2 months ago
  • Is anyone else filled with despair?

    I'm tired of trying to find jobs that just aren't here,

    in Los Angeles. As for good news, Trump is very  

    close to implementing the Global-Reset. That means 

    he secured $50 Trillion away from the banking-cabal 

    and will use it to bail out the American-people. I'd be 

    very surprised if this doesn't happen by next Spring 2021.

    We'll have star-trek replicators that can create

    food/power/clothing out of thin-air; and med-beds 

    that can heal any disease with color/sound waves.  

    It's just like it says in the bible, it will all

    come true in the "twinkling of an eye." Your thoughts? 

    Politics2 months ago
  • Is anyone else filled with despair?

    I'm tired of trying to find jobs that just aren't here, 

    in Los Angeles. As for good news, Trump is very 

    close to implementing the Global-Reset. That means

    he secured $50 Trillion away from the banking-cabal

    and will use it to bail out the American-people. I'd be

    very surprised if this doesn't happen by next Spring 2021. 

    We'll have star-trek replicators that can create 

    food/power/clothing out of thin-air; and med-beds

    that can heal any disease with color/sound waves. 

    It's just like it said in the bible, it will all 

    come true in the "twinkling of an eye." Your thoughts? 

    2 AnswersOther - Careers & Employment2 months ago