The National Debt and Federal Budget Deficit Deconstructed by Tony Robbins
Regardless of your political point of view, I hope you’ll invest the next 20 minutes of your life to to empower yourself with some knowledge about our national debt.
As a Latter-day Saint I believe firmly that it is impossible to separate the temporal things of life with the spiritual. All things are spiritual to the Lord. (See D&C 29:29-35)
Whether you’re a Democrat, Republican, Buddhist, Agnostic, Atheist, Baptist, Pagan or Cajun, it is your responsibility to be a wise citizen and contribute to the betterment of society. – That’s why I personally enjoy what Tony Robbins does to assist others in his life. – But I hope that by sharing this video, and by your watching it, you’ll be more empowered to make wiser decisions in your life as an individual, a citizen, and a voter.
I love the words of the Prophet Joseph Smith. Said he,
“We claim the privilege of worshiping Almighty God according to the dictates of our own conscience, and allow all men the same privilege, let them worship how, where, or what they may.”
I honor and respect all people.
Honestly, I don’t care what your political affiliation is or what your personal preference of faith is. But I sincerely hope you do believe in using your life to assist in the betterment of our society. I believe fully in being a wise steward of the things we’ve been blessed with in our lives.
So go ahead and watch the video above. Be informed. Ponder it.
The national debt and the federal budget deficit are problems that no one person, no one candidate, and no one party can fix alone. As a nation and a people we are going to have to work together on this. But I hope that you’ll support those who wish to fix this problem, and I hope that in your personal life you’ll learn from the bad example of our federal government the damaging and damning problems of debt in your life.
Let us all be wise stewards.
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