Mature Humility in the Beautiful Sound of Healing

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What is the difference in Mature and Mock Humility? Remember we talked about it in the “Position of Trust” Perceptive Readers Podcast. Let us talk a little more about it

Communication and Conversation is the Key to Cultivating Love

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This is one important subject you do not want to miss!

One to one communication is the key to love and forgiveness in any relationship. Here are details why in this special spiritual week of spiritual thoughts on the Perceptive Readers Podcast!

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Arden Cho Reflection in Disappointment and Friendship

A Perceptive Readers Reference Article on Disappointment and Friendship

This article was originally posted on September 5, 2017. Typos and damage were fixed and reposted on April 8, 2020

Arden Cho Reflection in Disappointment & Friendship 

A) Here are the beginning expressions from Arden Cho’s blog article

Disappointment & Friendship

SEPTEMBER 05, 2017

Last week I shared about the disappointment I felt in my life. Since then my inbox, comment section and phone has been filled with so much love and encouragement. There is no doubt that I have love, friendship, family and support in my life, but it also got me thinking… What led me here? https://www.eastofarden.com/blog/2017/9/5/disappointment

After reading Arden’s thoughts, these are my comments made at the East of Arden Website:

B) Arden Cho Reflection in Disappointment & Friendship — “Perceptive Readers Podcaster Comments”

“Hi, Arden. Enjoyed your articles as always.
Arden, yes love everyone. All the same, there are different types of love, the same as varying levels of friendships. For example, care givers will caringly take care of a person due to a love of humanity and love in principle for them; realizing the person who’s ill is just truly limited in what responses of love they can give back, if at all. Yet they may still view that person in need as a friend.

However, in observation, the problem comes in when the “takers” hide their intentions and regularly claim that they are your FRIEND. Then place emphasis on you to not expect anything back from them. Well, as you experienced, does it endear you to that person enough to love them more deeply like a TRUE BEST FRIEND?

It is a sad thing when such ones try to change the narrative/meanings and behavior/actions of a TRUE friend.

All the same, when “burnout” happens, depending on a person’s circumstances (physical, mental makeup,) they may have to move on in other ways. Who am I to judge? Especially, if the person according to their feelings experienced too many pleas for help that went ignored. Again, Who am I to judge?
Do you appreciate what that does to a person?

Hence, can a person expect someone to keep loving them in a viable expansive way when he or she makes a practice of “holding back good when it is in their power to do it”?

I ask you today, Do you want to go through life not expecting anything from anyone?

Then truly I tell you today, the richness and deepness(love) of friendship comes about from reciprocated love.
Mistreatment/abuse can/will cause a person to fall out of love with the friendship, so to speak, experience burn out.

Last but important. Keep focused on getting to know the Grand Creator and do the best you can. Do you not expect God to be fair? Do you not expect him to feel love and mercy for you when you are trying your best?
On the other side of the friendship, doesn’t God hope all to respect his feelings and his name eventually?

Then experience a richness that a TRUE BEST FRIEND gives with healing and “perfect gifts” where he adds no pain with it.

Kind regards Arden, ME
P.S. I think you will understand where I’m personally coming from in my personal writings.”

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From Mark Twain, Poetry, and talented musicians, the podcast relates commentary in a professional tone with personality (& flare at times). If you appreciate frank and candid feedback, this author will make solutions on (certain) topics clear. There are quite a few areas in life when it is up to the reader’s decision making experience; wouldn’t you agree? Hey, you know what works for YOU.

At least, that is, according to my research. By reading Commentary vs Journalism-What is the Difference, this article further informs you of my mode of operation with the podcast.  It is perceptive knowledge in conversation a lot of us have every day.

Beautiful Sound of Healing Part 3 Sanctuary

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Beautiful Sound of Healing part 3 POCBOOKS Update Moment

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Beautiful Sound of Healing Part 1

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1 Beautiful Sound of Healing POCBOOKS Update Moment

You will appreciate this series on how to be understanding of your needs for emotional healing and others.

What is the sound of healing for you? Are you able to help others to appreciate it? This has pocbooks update moment has several episodes connected with it. Be sure to check out the pocbooks.com homepage for articles and features as well

Listen to Part 2 of the Beautiful Sound of Healing

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6 24 Billion Visa and Mastercard Class Action Settlement

6.24 Billion Visa and Mastercard Class Action Settlement.

This Article was repaired or refurbished on March 10, 2020. It was originally posted on April 17, 2019 Check the site archive.today for verification of pocbooks.com online presence.

Dear Perceptive Readers, This is going to be as succinct an article, as possible by me, for you professionals who want to understand the Visa and Mastercard Action Settlement. You may also want to register this as ethical business practices as well.
These 4 questions will be covered

What is a Class Action Settlement?
Did Visa and MasterCard break any laws?
Were you cheated or your rights violated?
Where can you find out more on how to proceed?
Read This Section on Ethics

To prepare your perceptive mind to make a balance decision on this business matter, read and listen to Ethics A and Ethics B

Ethics A) “Ethics: The field of ethics (or moral philosophy) involves systematizing, defending, and recommending concepts of right and wrong behavior. Philosophers today usually divide ethical theories into three general subject areas: metaethics, normative ethics, and applied ethics. Metaethics investigates where our ethical principles come from, and what they mean. Are they merely social inventions? Do they involve more than expressions of our individual emotions? Metaethical answers to these questions focus on the issues of universal truths, the will of God, the role of reason in ethical judgments, and the meaning of ethical terms themselves.” –https://www.iep.utm.edu/ethics/

Ethics B) Do you Understand Communication Ethics Principles? (Video)

VISA AND MASTERCARD CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT
6.24 Billion Visa and Mastercard Class Action Settlement

This is a proposed $5.54–$6.24 billion settlement to provide payments to merchants who accepted Visa and Mastercard at any time from January 1, 2004.

1) What is a Class Action Settlement?

A class action is a procedural device that permits one or more plaintiffs to file and prosecute a lawsuit on behalf of a larger group, or “class”. – Cornell Law School – https://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/class_action

Just One Example: You own a business, as the innocent plaintiff, that has been hurt by another company’s business practices that violated/broke the law, now the defendant, in their dealings/transactions with you. Your fellow merchants, whether in the same location or country-wide experienced the same treatment.

This is what your experience/complaint results in: “ In a class action, people or businesses sue not only for themselves, but also on behalf of other people or businesses with similar legal claims and interests. Together all of these people or businesses with similar claims and interests form a class, and are class members.”

2) Did Visa and Mastercard break any laws?

This lawsuit is principally about the interchange fees attributable to merchants that accepted Visa or Mastercard credit or debit cards between January 1, 2004 and January 25, 2019, and Visa’s and Mastercard’s rules for merchants that have accepted those cards.

The Rule 23(b)(3) Class Plaintiffs claim that…

3) Were you cheated or your rights violated?

Rule 23(b)(3) Class Plaintiffs claim that Visa & Master Card its respective member banks, including the Bank Defendants violated the law(s) by carrying out the following practice(s):

Violated the law because they set interchange fees.

*They imposed and enforced rules that limited merchants from steering their customers to other payment methods. (E.g no-surcharge rules, no-discounting rules, honor-all-cards rules)

*Conspired together about some of the business practices challenged
• They continued in those activities despite the fact that Visa changed its corporate structure and became a publicly owned corporation after this case was filed.
• Conduct caused the merchants to pay excessive interchange fees
“The Defendants say they have done nothing wrong. They claim their business practices are legal, justified, the result of independent competition and have benefitted merchants and consumers.”
4) Where can you find out more on how to proceed?
Current Status
On January 24, 2019 the Court granted preliminary approval to the settlement filed on September 18, 2018. The Order is available
How do I ask for money from this settlement?
You must file a valid claim to get money from this Settlement. If the Court finally approves the settlement, and you do not exclude yourself from the Rule 23(b)(3) Settlement Class, you will receive a claim form in the mail or by email. If you do not receive a claim form and/or are not sure whether you are part of this settlement, contact the Class Administrator:
Call the toll-free number: 1-800-625-6440
Write to: Payment Card Interchange Fee Settlement, P.O. Box 2530, Portland, OR 97208-2530
Email: info@PaymentCardSettlement.com
Concluding Information
This information is provided to you as an FYI. I very much realize how intelligent you readers are here. Yet, as has been stated, at times the thoroughness of documents made for taxes, court cases, and contracts can be a bit overwhelming for the best of us. Especially with people who have the creative mindset. Though you create complex music and art in general, you like to keep things simple, clean, and honest when it comes to business and professional matters. In general, most people wish such things of this nature could be so simple. All the same, this information is not to tell you what to do, but give you some idea on what it is about. – Regards, J.

6.24 Billion Visa and Mastercard Class Action Settlement.

This Article was repaired or refurbished on March 10, 2020. It was originally posted on April 17, 2019 Check the site archive.today for verification of pocbooks.com online presence.

Dear Perceptive Readers, This is going to be as succinct an article, as possible by me, for you professionals who want to understand the Visa and Mastercard Action Settlement. You may also want to register this as ethical business practices as well.
These 4 questions will be covered

What is a Class Action Settlement?
Did Visa and MasterCard break any laws?
Were you cheated or your rights violated?
Where can you find out more on how to proceed?
Read This Section on Ethics

To prepare your perceptive mind to make a balance decision on this business matter, read and listen to Ethics A and Ethics B

Ethics A) “Ethics: The field of ethics (or moral philosophy) involves systematizing, defending, and recommending concepts of right and wrong behavior. Philosophers today usually divide ethical theories into three general subject areas: metaethics, normative ethics, and applied ethics. Metaethics investigates where our ethical principles come from, and what they mean. Are they merely social inventions? Do they involve more than expressions of our individual emotions? Metaethical answers to these questions focus on the issues of universal truths, the will of God, the role of reason in ethical judgments, and the meaning of ethical terms themselves.” –https://www.iep.utm.edu/ethics/

Ethics B) Do you Understand Communication Ethics Principles? (Video)

VISA AND MASTERCARD CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT
6.24 Billion Visa and Mastercard Class Action Settlement

This is a proposed $5.54–$6.24 billion settlement to provide payments to merchants who accepted Visa and Mastercard at any time from January 1, 2004.

1) What is a Class Action Settlement?

A class action is a procedural device that permits one or more plaintiffs to file and prosecute a lawsuit on behalf of a larger group, or “class”. – Cornell Law School – https://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/class_action

Just One Example: You own a business, as the innocent plaintiff, that has been hurt by another company’s business practices that violated/broke the law, now the defendant, in their dealings/transactions with you. Your fellow merchants, whether in the same location or country-wide experienced the same treatment.

This is what your experience/complaint results in: “ In a class action, people or businesses sue not only for themselves, but also on behalf of other people or businesses with similar legal claims and interests. Together all of these people or businesses with similar claims and interests form a class, and are class members.”

2) Did Visa and Mastercard break any laws?

This lawsuit is principally about the interchange fees attributable to merchants that accepted Visa or Mastercard credit or debit cards between January 1, 2004 and January 25, 2019, and Visa’s and Mastercard’s rules for merchants that have accepted those cards.

The Rule 23(b)(3) Class Plaintiffs claim that…

3) Were you cheated or your rights violated?

Rule 23(b)(3) Class Plaintiffs claim that Visa & Master Card its respective member banks, including the Bank Defendants violated the law(s) by carrying out the following practice(s):

Violated the law because they set interchange fees.

*They imposed and enforced rules that limited merchants from steering their customers to other payment methods. (E.g no-surcharge rules, no-discounting rules, honor-all-cards rules)

*Conspired together about some of the business practices challenged
• They continued in those activities despite the fact that Visa changed its corporate structure and became a publicly owned corporation after this case was filed.
• Conduct caused the merchants to pay excessive interchange fees
“The Defendants say they have done nothing wrong. They claim their business practices are legal, justified, the result of independent competition and have benefitted merchants and consumers.”
4) Where can you find out more on how to proceed?
Current Status
On January 24, 2019 the Court granted preliminary approval to the settlement filed on September 18, 2018. The Order is available
How do I ask for money from this settlement?
You must file a valid claim to get money from this Settlement. If the Court finally approves the settlement, and you do not exclude yourself from the Rule 23(b)(3) Settlement Class, you will receive a claim form in the mail or by email. If you do not receive a claim form and/or are not sure whether you are part of this settlement, contact the Class Administrator:
Call the toll-free number: 1-800-625-6440
Write to: Payment Card Interchange Fee Settlement, P.O. Box 2530, Portland, OR 97208-2530
Email: info@PaymentCardSettlement.com
Concluding Information
This information is provided to you as an FYI. I very much realize how intelligent you readers are here. Yet, as has been stated, at times the thoroughness of documents made for taxes, court cases, and contracts can be a bit overwhelming for the best of us. Especially with people who have the creative mindset. Though you create complex music and art in general, you like to keep things simple, clean, and honest when it comes to business and professional matters. In general, most people wish such things of this nature could be so simple. All the same, this information is not to tell you what to do, but give you some idea on what it is about. – Regards, J.

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Mentor Students in Honesty Best Policy

Mentor Students in Honesty is the Best Policy

Hi Mentors and Perceptive readers to these thoughts on honesty is the best policy.

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Honesty is the Best Policy

How would you answer on the value of honesty? Is it the best way to be?

The above question is:

A) Fact

B) False

Right or wrong?

In the BusinessDictionary it references honesty inclusion for ethical behavior. It states:

Acting in ways consistent with what society and individuals typically think are good values.

Ethical behavior tends to be good for business and involves demonstrating respect for key moral principles that include honesty, fairness, equality, dignity, diversity and individual rights.

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Do you get the understanding that what you see is what you get ? Or at the very least be Truthful

So when you introduce yourself by name to this new person, it is expected that not only are you giving the correct name, but honesty is certainly involved with the name and actions; and will continue to do so.

Society needs and expects honesty and dignity in everyday interactions.

Well then, already, at the start of this school year, mentors and teachers have classes of these bright minds still considered in their early stage of life’s understanding. Will YOU impress upon your listeners how honesty is the best policy?

Yes, even when it comes to homework; please stop blaming sweet Fido (dog family member) for eating it. If Fido is eating it, then can you move work assignments to higher ground?

At the very least, continue to impress upon these minds, “If you have a question, then please by all means ASK.”

Yes, mentors and teachers have a way of instructing their students through their joy of the subject to become involved during a question and answer session.

For example, some teachers in a thirty-minute teaching session may teach for ten minutes and answer questions for five minutes. Then they may have another five or ten minutes for paperwork exercises. Some students (most likely) may have a few questions afterwards.

The above is by no means set in stone on how to teach.

The purpose of this article is to share the importance of your mentoring routine in allowing and in some cases encourage honest questions. Some students may experience timidity at first.

In conclusion, how would you rate your environment for bringing out the best in your students? With an assessment and observation of the questions you are receiving, then your classroom policies will improve its conduciveness for drawing out honest responses from your students.

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