Where did 'Denise Prevost' get the money in 2005. I found this document this morning in my old files.
This following Letter From Denise Wesley to Don Her Husband; is 30% truth and 70% un-truths.
People who are Rational are more Trustworthy; but never
If they are conscious of Soul they are even more
My wife was wise for herself and frequently loss awareness
of Soul and I never knew where she was.
Living with Person like this is
Hell: I was always thinking Is she alive or Dead. Finally I'd get a call and her first words were; It's me!
A Family is a small Community who must be aware of its
Soul. If not life becomes Hellish.
The Family members begin to Hate each other.
This I learned from difficult experience: Torture injured my Mind and Soul. My whole life was devoted to building day by day, an Integrated Family. Some evil spirit bombed us hundreds of miles apart.
The good news is, I'm still alive to reveal how God works. 83 years old. In the letter below she said she planned her escape from me. The new evidence shows that in 2005 she bought a piece of property with money she found in my virtual pocket: $90,000.00. 2005 was 3 years before she left me! On December 24, 2008 When the Divorce was issued, it said we lived together until 2013? Denise had me evicted in 2009. Not one Police Force would bring my case to the Criminal Court and live in Canada - A nation that still is blind to Torture. What would you do?
Published on Jun 29, 2016
President Obama addressed the Canadian parliament on June 29 2016. On a self-described "rant" about populism, but without mentioning Donald Trump by name, President Obama today submitted that the presumptive GOP presidential nominee’s rhetoric is not populism, but actually "nativism or xenophobia." “They don’t suddenly become a populist because they say something controversial in order to win votes," the president said, taking a moment of liberty at the North American Leaders’ Summit in Ottawa, Canada, after several questions at a news conference explored Trump’s campaign rhetoric. "That’s not the measure of populism. That’s nativism. Or xenophobia or worse. Or it’s just cynicism." "I would just advise everybody to be careful about suddenly attributing to whoever pops up at a time of economic anxiety the label that they’re populist,” the president implored at the National Gallery of Canada. “Where have they been? Have they been on the front lines working on behalf of working people?” Obama said people like Sen. Bernie Sanders, who has campaigned for social opportunity, “deserve the title,” while someone who has never shown the same regard for workers, social issues and making sure poor kids have a shot at life does not meet the standard. "Let’s just be clear that somebody who labels ‘us versus them’ or engages in rhetoric about how we're going to look after ourselves and take it to the other guy; that's not the definition of populism. Sorry,” Obama deadpanned. The president then jokingly apologized for his "rant." "This is one of the prerogatives of when you're at the end of your term,” he said. “You go on these occasional rants."
Today I'm 83 years old and technology is no big amazing know how.
We still know nothing about who God is: The simple transistor was a little start, and up into a smaller space craft than earth is.
We have learned how amazing the earth is: but nothing about man-made injuries.
The 'self-esteem equation' was created by a Harvard psychologist years ago.
I try to keep my self esteem high, by taking care of everyone. Once in while you may find a project where you can make a whole organization better for all the stake holders. Projects, in need to know, find it difficult to find guys like me/us. I used to study all the time to be aware of the best knowledge available to be such a good project leader. I studied Business law, Principles of Personnel Management, and the base knowledge of all Engineering which really is Math and Physics. Later in life I studies Psychology. Organizational Development was a gift from God. See my IBM story in this blog collection.
At the beginning of my life my Dad told me about Jesus. In High School, I studied the One Story of Job and the Play Hamlet.
I was always curious about crime: then I met and married a Narcissist. This name is now used by Medical Psychoanalysts. We brought one into our family ...... Doctor Lundell. I and my sons went to him for about 10 years and he died. Before he died he said... "Denise will kill you"
We needed Jesus and not just a kind and caring Doctor, who made his living until he passed on. I needed all I studied to make many organizations enjoy the benefits of technical know-how: the power I had to pass on technical know-how was my belief in God.
Narcissism finds its roots in Greek mythology. Narcissus was a man who fell in love with his own image when it was reflected in a pool of water. In today's terms, narcissism means to derive gratification from vanity or egotistical admiration of one's own attributes. It is seen as a form of self-defeating pride.
This is not a viewpoint that Teal agrees with. Teal explains that the most
important thing when it comes to understanding narcissism is to separate self-love from selfishness. Most people think that narcissism is an extreme form of self-love. It is not. In fact, narcissism has nothing to do with self-love. It has to do with someone who perceives an extreme lack of self-sustaining resources, like love. Compassion is necessary when interacting with narcissists. Narcissists hold some of the most painful beliefs and therefore live some of the most painful lives you can find on this earth. People often think narcissists have a high level of self-esteem. They do not. In fact, their life is a perpetual search for self worth and self-view gratification because they are very insecure. In this episode of Ask Teal, Teal explains narcissism in depth. She then explains how a narcissist can find healing and what to do if you have attracted a narcissist into your life.
Published on Jun 27, 2016 In the late 1990s, Daniel Goleman, author of the bestseller "Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ," launched a culture change in the way companies evaluate performance. Since then, emotional intelligence has gained prominence alongside IQ as a measure of success, especially for managerial positions. Psychology scholar Katie Schlegel and Stéphane Côté, a human resource management professor, discuss how the concept's legitimacy is once again up for debate.