There’s nothing like getting shot at. Most alive you’ll ever feel,” Guy says of the experience.

There was one incident in which Guy was laying down fire while in a skirmish with one of the rebel groups. It was him, and one of his fellow soldiers– a man who wore glasses. Guy ended up firing his gun to the point that it actually caught fire, and found himself having to drop it to the ground, furiously kicking sand over it to put it out. He was laughing as he did this, talking to his friend, when suddenly he heard the unmistakable sound of a bullet’s ricochet. Alarmed, he looked over to his friend, who was still just lying there, the same as before. The only difference now, was that his friend was no longer wearing glasses. Not only was he missing his glasses, Guy realized as he looked at him, but his retina, as well. A piece of shrapnel had blown his friend’s glasses right off his face and glanced his eye, tearing off his retina. .

He didn’t even realize it. He was just lying there like nothing had happened. He saw the concern in my face as I looked at him, but I played it down like there wasn’t much wrong. But it was very creepy; literally looking into someone’s eye like that.”

~~~

Guy’s time in Botswana was the last time he’d be in a hot zone, and luckily (at least as lucky as can be for a man once struck by lightning), he got through his military career relatively unscathed. Unfortunately, his loss of sight in one eye limited his eligibility to perform many of the duties in the military he most desired. Guy went on to be transferred to Ft. Lewis Washington where he was a heavy vehicle repairer 63H. Guy and his wife also welcomed a set of twin girls and give their son a set of sisters. Guy had undoubtedly had a successful military career; one which had courageously brought a lot of help, too many people. By the time his service was over, in 1998, Guy’s uniform was adorned with at least 9 ribbons and 3 medals. His uniform was “stacked,” as they say in the military—indeed, there were many instances when one of Guy’s fellow soldiers would note, during training exercises, and beneath his breath, that Guy should have been the one in charge, not their superior.

After his return to civilian life, Guy started his own carpet installation business, which was quite successful. But with the terror attacks of 2001, the opportunity to serve his country arose once again at the urging of his friend and current Terminal Manager, Marty Rodriguez, Guy applied for TSA, where he still proudly serves, doing his part to protect his nation, keeping in line with family tradition.

But first and foremost, and most essentially, Guy continues to this day to do what he’s always done, and what he’s best at: helping people.

So it seems that some of are having trouble adjusting to what’s good and pure and fine. No problem. We’ll get you guys thinking healthily soon enough. So what I vow to do on this now-blessed blog, is to post 100 quotes from “The Secret,” five every day, for the next 20 days. After that ends, I’ll be moving on to quotes from Paulo Coelho, and Dr. Phil. 

Alright! Let’s get thinking positively! Abandoning wives and children is bad, stealing blogs from people who did that is good! 

1. We all work with one infinite power.

2. The Secret is the Law of Attraction (LOA).

3. Whatever is going on in your mind is what you are attracting.

4. We are like magnets – like attract like. You become AND attract what you think.

There’s nothing like getting shot at. Most alive you’ll ever feel,” Guy says of the experience.

There was one incident in which Guy was laying down fire while in a skirmish with one of the rebel groups. It was him, and one of his fellow soldiers– a man who wore glasses. Guy ended up firing his gun to the point that it actually caught fire, and found himself having to drop it to the ground, furiously kicking sand over it to put it out. He was laughing as he did this, talking to his friend, when suddenly he heard the unmistakable sound of a bullet’s ricochet. Alarmed, he looked over to his friend, who was still just lying there, the same as before. The only difference now, was that his friend was no longer wearing glasses. Not only was he missing his glasses, Guy realized as he looked at him, but his retina, as well. A piece of shrapnel had blown his friend’s glasses right off his face and glanced his eye, tearing off his retina. .

He didn’t even realize it. He was just lying there like nothing had happened. He saw the concern in my face as I looked at him, but I played it down like there wasn’t much wrong. But it was very creepy; literally looking into someone’s eye like that.”

~~~

Guy’s time in Botswana was the last time he’d be in a hot zone, and luckily (at least as lucky as can be for a man once struck by lightning), he got through his military career relatively unscathed. Unfortunately, his loss of sight in one eye limited his eligibility to perform many of the duties in the military he most desired. Guy went on to be transferred to Ft. Lewis Washington where he was a heavy vehicle repairer 63H. Guy and his wife also welcomed a set of twin girls and give their son a set of sisters. Guy had undoubtedly had a successful military career; one which had courageously brought a lot of help, too many people. By the time his service was over, in 1998, Guy’s uniform was adorned with at least 9 ribbons and 3 medals. His uniform was “stacked,” as they say in the military—indeed, there were many instances when one of Guy’s fellow soldiers would note, during training exercises, and beneath his breath, that Guy should have been the one in charge, not their superior.

After his return to civilian life, Guy started his own carpet installation business, which was quite successful. But with the terror attacks of 2001, the opportunity to serve his country arose once again at the urging of his friend and current Terminal Manager, Marty Rodriguez, Guy applied for TSA, where he still proudly serves, doing his part to protect his nation, keeping in line with family tradition.

But first and foremost, and most essentially, Guy continues to this day to do what he’s always done, and what he’s best at: helping people.

So it seems that some of are having trouble adjusting to what’s good and pure and fine. No problem. We’ll get you guys thinking healthily soon enough. So what I vow to do on this now-blessed blog, is to post 100 quotes from “The Secret,” five every day, for the next 20 days. After that ends, I’ll be moving on to quotes from Paulo Coelho, and Dr. Phil. 

Alright! Let’s get thinking positively! Abandoning wives and children is bad, stealing blogs from people who did that is good! 

1. We all work with one infinite power.

2. The Secret is the Law of Attraction (LOA).

3. Whatever is going on in your mind is what you are attracting.

4. We are like magnets – like attract like. You become AND attract what you think.

5. Every thought has a frequency. Thoughts send out a magnetic energy.

There’s nothing like getting shot at. Most alive you’ll ever feel,” Guy says of the experience.

There was one incident in which Guy was laying down fire while in a skirmish with one of the rebel groups. It was him, and one of his fellow soldiers– a man who wore glasses. Guy ended up firing his gun to the point that it actually caught fire, and found himself having to drop it to the ground, furiously kicking sand over it to put it out. He was laughing as he did this, talking to his friend, when suddenly he heard the unmistakable sound of a bullet’s ricochet. Alarmed, he looked over to his friend, who was still just lying there, the same as before. The only difference now, was that his friend was no longer wearing glasses. Not only was he missing his glasses, Guy realized as he looked at him, but his retina, as well. A piece of shrapnel had blown his friend’s glasses right off his face and glanced his eye, tearing off his retina. .

He didn’t even realize it. He was just lying there like nothing had happened. He saw the concern in my face as I looked at him, but I played it down like there wasn’t much wrong. But it was very creepy; literally looking into someone’s eye like that.”

~~~

Guy’s time in Botswana was the last time he’d be in a hot zone, and luckily (at least as lucky as can be for a man once struck by lightning), he got through his military career relatively unscathed. Unfortunately, his loss of sight in one eye limited his eligibility to perform many of the duties in the military he most desired. Guy went on to be transferred to Ft. Lewis Washington where he was a heavy vehicle repairer 63H. Guy and his wife also welcomed a set of twin girls and give their son a set of sisters. Guy had undoubtedly had a successful military career; one which had courageously brought a lot of help, too many people. By the time his service was over, in 1998, Guy’s uniform was adorned with at least 9 ribbons and 3 medals. His uniform was “stacked,” as they say in the military—indeed, there were many instances when one of Guy’s fellow soldiers would note, during training exercises, and beneath his breath, that Guy should have been the one in charge, not their superior.

After his return to civilian life, Guy started his own carpet installation business, which was quite successful. But with the terror attacks of 2001, the opportunity to serve his country arose once again at the urging of his friend and current Terminal Manager, Marty Rodriguez, Guy applied for TSA, where he still proudly serves, doing his part to protect his nation, keeping in line with family tradition.

But first and foremost, and most essentially, Guy continues to this day to do what he’s always done, and what he’s best at: helping people.

So it seems that some of are having trouble adjusting to what’s good and pure and fine. No problem. We’ll get you guys thinking healthily soon enough. So what I vow to do on this now-blessed blog, is to post 100 quotes from “The Secret,” five every day, for the next 20 days. After that ends, I’ll be moving on to quotes from Paulo Coelho, and Dr. Phil. 

Alright! Let’s get thinking positively! Abandoning wives and children is bad, stealing blogs from people who did that is good! 

1. We all work with one infinite power.

2. The Secret is the Law of Attraction (LOA).

3. Whatever is going on in your mind is what you are attracting.

4. We are like magnets – like attract like. You become AND attract what you think.

5. Every thought has a frequency. Thoughts send out a magnetic energy.

There’s nothing like getting shot at. Most alive you’ll ever feel,” Guy says of the experience.

There was one incident in which Guy was laying down fire while in a skirmish with one of the rebel groups. It was him, and one of his fellow soldiers– a man who wore glasses. Guy ended up firing his gun to the point that it actually caught fire, and found himself having to drop it to the ground, furiously kicking sand over it to put it out. He was laughing as he did this, talking to his friend, when suddenly he heard the unmistakable sound of a bullet’s ricochet. Alarmed, he looked over to his friend, who was still just lying there, the same as before. The only difference now, was that his friend was no longer wearing glasses. Not only was he missing his glasses, Guy realized as he looked at him, but his retina, as well. A piece of shrapnel had blown his friend’s glasses right off his face and glanced his eye, tearing off his retina. .

He didn’t even realize it. He was just lying there like nothing had happened. He saw the concern in my face as I looked at him, but I played it down like there wasn’t much wrong. But it was very creepy; literally looking into someone’s eye like that.”

~~~

Guy’s time in Botswana was the last time he’d be in a hot zone, and luckily (at least as lucky as can be for a man once struck by lightning), he got through his military career relatively unscathed. Unfortunately, his loss of sight in one eye limited his eligibility to perform many of the duties in the military he most desired. Guy went on to be transferred to Ft. Lewis Washington where he was a heavy vehicle repairer 63H. Guy and his wife also welcomed a set of twin girls and give their son a set of sisters. Guy had undoubtedly had a successful military career; one which had courageously brought a lot of help, too many people. By the time his service was over, in 1998, Guy’s uniform was adorned with at least 9 ribbons and 3 medals. His uniform was “stacked,” as they say in the military—indeed, there were many instances when one of Guy’s fellow soldiers would note, during training exercises, and beneath his breath, that Guy should have been the one in charge, not their superior.

After his return to civilian life, Guy started his own carpet installation business, which was quite successful. But with the terror attacks of 2001, the opportunity to serve his country arose once again at the urging of his friend and current Terminal Manager, Marty Rodriguez, Guy applied for TSA, where he still proudly serves, doing his part to protect his nation, keeping in line with family tradition.

But first and foremost, and most essentially, Guy continues to this day to do what he’s always done, and what he’s best at: helping people.

So it seems that some of are having trouble adjusting to what’s good and pure and fine. No problem. We’ll get you guys thinking healthily soon enough. So what I vow to do on this now-blessed blog, is to post 100 quotes from “The Secret,” five every day, for the next 20 days. After that ends, I’ll be moving on to quotes from Paulo Coelho, and Dr. Phil. 

Alright! Let’s get thinking positively! Abandoning wives and children is bad, stealing blogs from people who did that is good! 

1. We all work with one infinite power.

2. The Secret is the Law of Attraction (LOA).

3. Whatever is going on in your mind is what you are attracting.

4. We are like magnets – like attract like. You become AND attract what you think.

5. Every thought has a frequency. Thoughts send out a magnetic energy.

5. Every thought has a frequency. Thoughts send out a magnetic energy.

There’s nothing like getting shot at. Most alive you’ll ever feel,” Guy says of the experience.

There was one incident in which Guy was laying down fire while in a skirmish with one of the rebel groups. It was him, and one of his fellow soldiers– a man who wore glasses. Guy ended up firing his gun to the point that it actually caught fire, and found himself having to drop it to the ground, furiously kicking sand over it to put it out. He was laughing as he did this, talking to his friend, when suddenly he heard the unmistakable sound of a bullet’s ricochet. Alarmed, he looked over to his friend, who was still just lying there, the same as before. The only difference now, was that his friend was no longer wearing glasses. Not only was he missing his glasses, Guy realized as he looked at him, but his retina, as well. A piece of shrapnel had blown his friend’s glasses right off his face and glanced his eye, tearing off his retina. .

He didn’t even realize it. He was just lying there like nothing had happened. He saw the concern in my face as I looked at him, but I played it down like there wasn’t much wrong. But it was very creepy; literally looking into someone’s eye like that.”

~~~

Guy’s time in Botswana was the last time he’d be in a hot zone, and luckily (at least as lucky as can be for a man once struck by lightning), he got through his military career relatively unscathed. Unfortunately, his loss of sight in one eye limited his eligibility to perform many of the duties in the military he most desired. Guy went on to be transferred to Ft. Lewis Washington where he was a heavy vehicle repairer 63H. Guy and his wife also welcomed a set of twin girls and give their son a set of sisters. Guy had undoubtedly had a successful military career; one which had courageously brought a lot of help, too many people. By the time his service was over, in 1998, Guy’s uniform was adorned with at least 9 ribbons and 3 medals. His uniform was “stacked,” as they say in the military—indeed, there were many instances when one of Guy’s fellow soldiers would note, during training exercises, and beneath his breath, that Guy should have been the one in charge, not their superior.

After his return to civilian life, Guy started his own carpet installation business, which was quite successful. But with the terror attacks of 2001, the opportunity to serve his country arose once again at the urging of his friend and current Terminal Manager, Marty Rodriguez, Guy applied for TSA, where he still proudly serves, doing his part to protect his nation, keeping in line with family tradition.

But first and foremost, and most essentially, Guy continues to this day to do what he’s always done, and what he’s best at: helping people.

So it seems that some of are having trouble adjusting to what’s good and pure and fine. No problem. We’ll get you guys thinking healthily soon enough. So what I vow to do on this now-blessed blog, is to post 100 quotes from “The Secret,” five every day, for the next 20 days. After that ends, I’ll be moving on to quotes from Paulo Coelho, and Dr. Phil. 

Alright! Let’s get thinking positively! Abandoning wives and children is bad, stealing blogs from people who did that is good! 

1. We all work with one infinite power.

2. The Secret is the Law of Attraction (LOA).

3. Whatever is going on in your mind is what you are attracting.

4. We are like magnets – like attract like. You become AND attract what you think.

5. Every thought has a frequency. Thoughts send out a magnetic energy.

There’s nothing like getting shot at. Most alive you’ll ever feel,” Guy says of the experience.

There was one incident in which Guy was laying down fire while in a skirmish with one of the rebel groups. It was him, and one of his fellow soldiers– a man who wore glasses. Guy ended up firing his gun to the point that it actually caught fire, and found himself having to drop it to the ground, furiously kicking sand over it to put it out. He was laughing as he did this, talking to his friend, when suddenly he heard the unmistakable sound of a bullet’s ricochet. Alarmed, he looked over to his friend, who was still just lying there, the same as before. The only difference now, was that his friend was no longer wearing glasses. Not only was he missing his glasses, Guy realized as he looked at him, but his retina, as well. A piece of shrapnel had blown his friend’s glasses right off his face and glanced his eye, tearing off his retina. .

He didn’t even realize it. He was just lying there like nothing had happened. He saw the concern in my face as I looked at him, but I played it down like there wasn’t much wrong. But it was very creepy; literally looking into someone’s eye like that.”

~~~

Guy’s time in Botswana was the last time he’d be in a hot zone, and luckily (at least as lucky as can be for a man once struck by lightning), he got through his military career relatively unscathed. Unfortunately, his loss of sight in one eye limited his eligibility to perform many of the duties in the military he most desired. Guy went on to be transferred to Ft. Lewis Washington where he was a heavy vehicle repairer 63H. Guy and his wife also welcomed a set of twin girls and give their son a set of sisters. Guy had undoubtedly had a successful military career; one which had courageously brought a lot of help, too many people. By the time his service was over, in 1998, Guy’s uniform was adorned with at least 9 ribbons and 3 medals. His uniform was “stacked,” as they say in the military—indeed, there were many instances when one of Guy’s fellow soldiers would note, during training exercises, and beneath his breath, that Guy should have been the one in charge, not their superior.

After his return to civilian life, Guy started his own carpet installation business, which was quite successful. But with the terror attacks of 2001, the opportunity to serve his country arose once again at the urging of his friend and current Terminal Manager, Marty Rodriguez, Guy applied for TSA, where he still proudly serves, doing his part to protect his nation, keeping in line with family tradition.

But first and foremost, and most essentially, Guy continues to this day to do what he’s always done, and what he’s best at: helping people.

So it seems that some of are having trouble adjusting to what’s good and pure and fine. No problem. We’ll get you guys thinking healthily soon enough. So what I vow to do on this now-blessed blog, is to post 100 quotes from “The Secret,” five every day, for the next 20 days. After that ends, I’ll be moving on to quotes from Paulo Coelho, and Dr. Phil. 

Alright! Let’s get thinking positively! Abandoning wives and children is bad, stealing blogs from people who did that is good! 

1. We all work with one infinite power.

2. The Secret is the Law of Attraction (LOA).

3. Whatever is going on in your mind is what you are attracting.

4. We are like magnets – like attract like. You become AND attract what you think.

5. Every thought has a frequency. Thoughts send out a magnetic energy.

There’s nothing like getting shot at. Most alive you’ll ever feel,” Guy says of the experience.

There was one incident in which Guy was laying down fire while in a skirmish with one of the rebel groups. It was him, and one of his fellow soldiers– a man who wore glasses. Guy ended up firing his gun to the point that it actually caught fire, and found himself having to drop it to the ground, furiously kicking sand over it to put it out. He was laughing as he did this, talking to his friend, when suddenly he heard the unmistakable sound of a bullet’s ricochet. Alarmed, he looked over to his friend, who was still just lying there, the same as before. The only difference now, was that his friend was no longer wearing glasses. Not only was he missing his glasses, Guy realized as he looked at him, but his retina, as well. A piece of shrapnel had blown his friend’s glasses right off his face and glanced his eye, tearing off his retina. .

He didn’t even realize it. He was just lying there like nothing had happened. He saw the concern in my face as I looked at him, but I played it down like there wasn’t much wrong. But it was very creepy; literally looking into someone’s eye like that.”

~~~

Guy’s time in Botswana was the last time he’d be in a hot zone, and luckily (at least as lucky as can be for a man once struck by lightning), he got through his military career relatively unscathed. Unfortunately, his loss of sight in one eye limited his eligibility to perform many of the duties in the military he most desired. Guy went on to be transferred to Ft. Lewis Washington where he was a heavy vehicle repairer 63H. Guy and his wife also welcomed a set of twin girls and give their son a set of sisters. Guy had undoubtedly had a successful military career; one which had courageously brought a lot of help, too many people. By the time his service was over, in 1998, Guy’s uniform was adorned with at least 9 ribbons and 3 medals. His uniform was “stacked,” as they say in the military—indeed, there were many instances when one of Guy’s fellow soldiers would note, during training exercises, and beneath his breath, that Guy should have been the one in charge, not their superior.

After his return to civilian life, Guy started his own carpet installation business, which was quite successful. But with the terror attacks of 2001, the opportunity to serve his country arose once again at the urging of his friend and current Terminal Manager, Marty Rodriguez, Guy applied for TSA, where he still proudly serves, doing his part to protect his nation, keeping in line with family tradition.

But first and foremost, and most essentially, Guy continues to this day to do what he’s always done, and what he’s best at: helping people.

So it seems that some of are having trouble adjusting to what’s good and pure and fine. No problem. We’ll get you guys thinking healthily soon enough. So what I vow to do on this now-blessed blog, is to post 100 quotes from “The Secret,” five every day, for the next 20 days. After that ends, I’ll be moving on to quotes from Paulo Coelho, and Dr. Phil. 

Alright! Let’s get thinking positively! Abandoning wives and children is bad, stealing blogs from people who did that is good! 

1. We all work with one infinite power.

2. The Secret is the Law of Attraction (LOA).

3. Whatever is going on in your mind is what you are attracting.

4. We are like magnets – like attract like. You become AND attract what you think.

5. Every thought has a frequency. Thoughts send out a magnetic energy.

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About questionnothing

This blog is going to be slowly formed. But it will turn into something amusing soon. I'm a writer, working on getting into some serious literature publications right now, but as I find time, I'll start to do the blogging thing. This is my experimental go at it. When I really get down to it, things will get serious, very quickly. In a good way.

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