Confused about how you're going to pay for retirement, and whether you'll have enough when you're no longer able to hold down a steady job? Skip the charts from your financial advisor and get yourself back to the Word and real money.
First, look at the Word for references to retirement. Interestingly, you won't find any, as Billy Graham famously pointed out. We appear to be told, rather, to work as long as we are able, and when we are not, our children (if applicable) and the church have primary responsibility for our care.
Which is to note that real money is not stocks, bonds, or even gold and silver, but rather children and church. Not that it's bad to save for a rainy day, but your entire portfolio won't buy much if there's nobody around to make it.
Oh, and about the fishing you had planned for retirement? Well, opener is May 13, and couples licenses are only $25. And yet another way to love your wife; learn to cook what you catch.
Proud grandfather... - Our daughter-in-law, Heidi Bayly, took this pic of the grandchildren at Taylor and Réze's wedding a couple weeks ago. Twelve now, with three more on the ...
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