Quote of the Day and Other Tidbits

I have not been writing many original posts or have been very regularly with my posting due to a variety of personal issues that have been going on in my life since I finished school.  (FYI – I finally finished my master’s program) I feel as though that dark tunnel that my family and I have been in for the last year might be opening up but it is too early to tell.  I am starting a new adventure in the next few weeks and am hoping it works out well.  Wish me luck and in the meantime, I will post Quotes as regularly as possible and will write lengthier pieces when I am  inspired to.  Thanks for your understanding.

“If the maintenance of public credit, then, be truly so important, the next enquiry which suggests itself is, by what means it is to be effected? The ready answer to which question is, by good faith, by a punctual performance of contracts. States, like individuals, who observe their engagements, are respected and trusted: while the reverse is the fate of those, who pursue an opposite conduct.”

Alexander Hamilton – The First Report on Public Credit 1790