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cyn thia

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You see me myself discovered a ancient burial ground,and have the only court document writtin about the history about the land,the others wish to keep secret (five)because it is under a very popular residentual nieghborhood! All the individuals (alot not properly accounted for),died from the plague!Now according to law a gravesite should not be underneath houses,but court document reads that bodies were not removed,my question is what will happen if i reveal such information,and how do i use it to my advantage?
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Crickets.....sounds ...of.....crickets chirping........
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I do understand the reason for you to make this community ,and let me say that its a very strategic,sexy,intelligent angle! And boy do i have a great question for a mind like yours,or ours
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Ok i have a question and its a complicated one so how prepared are u!? Its about real estate
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Here is the new video introduction for The Right Questions
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“A prudent question is one half of wisdom.” Francis Bacon Asking good questions can result in changing a person’s life or improving the productivity of a business; so start to ask better questions and make better decisions. To make a good decision, whether in a personal or business context, the first step is to correctly frame the challenge. Asking questions does this. ‘The Right Questions’ is a simple and memorable method to make good decisions and to create effective plans. Philosophers identified the most essential questions over two thousand years ago but this first principles approach has been somewhat lost in formal education today, partly due to level of detail that is pursued in an increasingly complex world. The information available via the Internet is seemingly endless but this has a downside. If a process is not used to analyse a situation, then it is easy to become overloaded with data or miss out on important factors when making a decision. And there is a problem with some processes too; a lot of systems rely on jargon that is not memorable or straightforward to apply. Therefore we need an easy to access tool to deal with complex and evolving situations. The good news is that the core questions needed are actually embedded in language. The seven basic interrogative questions of what, where, why, when, who, how and which are the triggers needed to unlock any problem; it is then just about understanding their application. This is where The Right Questions can help. The Right Questions methodology is about delving into the seven core interrogatives and finding out how they can be applied to explore strategy and implement planning. It is not a dull and purely logical system either; using ‘The Right Questions’ is a creative process that has been described as “Deeply motivational”. To find out how to make better decisions go to therightquestions.org.

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Why do we grow old and die?
Our ancestor Adam and Eve were created perfect and to live forever if they remained subject to Jehovah. Only if they rebelled would they grow old and die. In the day that they rebelled, they began to grow old later they die one by one. (Genesis 2:16, 17; 3:19). They lost perfection as a result of rebellion and could pass on only sin and imperfection to their offspring. The Bible thus explains: “Through one man sin entered into the world and death through sin, and thus death spread to all men because they had all sinned” link:http://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/2011004?q=why+do+we+grow+old&p=par
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I enjoy your trip to Greenland!
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Welcome to 'The Right Questions' community! Please do add a comment, ask a question and get involved. 
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I did ask a question and you guys were put to lunch so imma leave community and forget it exsist
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