"I think this is what they call momentum. So when you are already in a good vibration it is easier to think good thoughts.
The opposite is true as well. So when you are feeling angry or upset or any negative emotions it is best to stay away…"
"I had never really thought of it like this, but in essence, “ fake it till you make it, “ is just a form of training. Many books make out that you have to be feeling everything crazily in order to make things manifest, but I think this…"
"This is the answer right here. It’s the beliefs you have which are blocking the desire. In this case, the blocking beliefs are probably ones of self-inadequacy. Not being good enough. Not being attractive enough. The process of finding a mate…"
Within the seed of your desire is everything necessary for it to blossom to fulfillment. And Law of Attraction is the engine that does the work. Your work is just to give it a fertile growing place in order to expand.
Hi Alex, there are fellow Michiganders with powerful intentions currently underway to REPLACE the Michigan income tax because the system is badly broken. It continues to penalize entrepreneurship and productivity, and Michigan is rapidly losing families and businesses - daily !
We've been working dilligently to get the word out about a fairer, progressive consumption tax plan known as the Michigan FairTax. In order to give Michigan voters the power to choose, we are laying the groundwork for a ballot drive to get the Michigan FairTax on the 2010 general election ballot. This can only happen as you and others experience R2A2: Recognizing the substance of this message. Relating the restorative effects of its passage (just for starters, owning the fruits of your labor, paying for government as you meet family needs, ending wage withholding and forced-divulgence of personal information). Assimilating, or internalizing, this tax reform plan in order to let it compel you to ~ Act ~.
The Michigan FairTax will both simplify, and stimulate, Michigan's business / jobs climatein a dramatic and ongoing manner. It will replace the income tax and current sales tax, with a consumption tax (sales tax at point of retail sale) while un-taxing all purchases up to poverty level - this means no more withholding of state tax from Michigan wage-earners' paychecks.
What's more, every Michigan resident-family will receive a monthly "prebate" check, in amount based on family size (.0975 x $ [ poverty level per family size] ). This will ensure that NO Michigan family will EVEN BEGIN paying the MI FairTax on goods / services unless, or until, they exceed poverty-level spending. Thus, the MI FairTax rate would effectively be 0% on all monthly family spending up to the monthly poverty level, thereafter it would be 9.75%. A reasonable average effective rate, inferred, would be about 5.5% (that's without putting anything away!) Monies placed into savings are not available to spend, and therefore would result in a further effective tax rate reduction.
(We seldom email state-wide, generally notifying members nearby to events or initiatives.)
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Under a FairTax system, points of collection will be dramatically reduced (from millions of individuals to considerably fewer retailers, many of whom are already collecting sales tax). Michigan wage-earners will no longer experience income tax collectors adding interest and penalties to tax bills they only found out about after their return was prepared (and PAID for) at the end of the year. With a Michigan FairTax, income tax-- returns, audits, interest, and penalites vanish.
Under the current system, service providers must recoup income tax withholding and compliance costs, and oftimes Michigan consumers are the ones who pay these "hidden taxes" via higher prices. The FairTax will externalize currently-invisible, price-embedded costs, making them visible to consumers. Because of this, Michigan exporters will be able to identify and remove the FairTax, prior to shipment, making Michigan products more competitive, globally. The MI FairTax is NOT applied to non-retail, business-to-business purchases, as this would, again, inseparably embed taxation costs in prices of finished goods and services.
JOIN US - together, you and I can bring Michigan back!
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Made popular by the federal FairTax bill (H.R. 25, which was either co-sponsored or otherwise endorsed by several 2008 presidential candidates), this approach to taxation reaches across the political spectrum
May this year mark the beginning of a year of pleasure and discovery for you. May each day hold something special, that
is wonderful and new... For you deserve the best of everything, that life can ever bring.