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Post by Ssmith on Thu Nov 29, 2018 9:49 am

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Everything is how it needs to be now. A win-win situation is brewing. One with solutions that are fair to everyone involved. This requires that you have blind faith that heaven is working behind the scenes to extract the highest good for all. Use positive affirmations and prayers to keep your spirits high. Above all, make sure that your conversations about this RV involve positive and optimistic words and phrases.

Harambe:
Reuters: Afghan president forms team to talk peace, sees five-year timeline

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Bloomberg: Zimbabwe Won't Fire Government Workers as It Seeks to Cut C​osts
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-11-28/zimbabwe-won-t-fire​-government-workers-as-it-seeks-to-cut-costs
The southern African nation won’t consider currency reform until ​its “macro-economic fundamentals” have been restored.
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