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"Pretty good. Give me a little bit of a pretty good headache. And there was blood everywhere. So yeah, that was not a good day out in the yard my wife. You know, I'm walking down the driveway. She sees bloods. Like what on earth having to you? You're just working. Any hard and told her our youngest son slipped and swung the several and caught me square. So it's a good thing. I got a little bit of a mustache and goatee covered. It up probably went and got some stitches, but we didn't do that took about a day and a half to kind of stop bleeding and to and much better now, but it'd be nice little scar there later on for sure. Yeah. Goodness. Gracious doesn't never fun. As with a shovel nothing as if it needs to be announced, but we will just because you, and I are really really delighted in our families. We, you know, we love our wives. We love our children. And and there's a story because there was an earthquake last weekend in Indonesia, and your daughter told you about a story that just talks about hope and are both faithful guys, and it talked about hope when it came to a man and his son that was lost in this Armenian earthquake. And if folks don't know Armenia is east of Turkey and just north of Iran, south of Russia, just kind of in that eastern European area of the world. But the story is really really fascinating. We'll really isn't. I I like to share it to my daughter is shared it with me. And it was you know, you hear so much negative stuff about people. But this was back in December of one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. Eight about twenty five thousand people had been killed in this one small town directly after the earthquake a father had just dropped a son off the school. And that's when everything started crumbling around him. He went back to the school found out that it would been flattened. There was no sign of life. But he says he dolphin told the son no matter what always be there for you. When you need me. And even though the prospects were hopeless he began to just digging by hand where he believes his son's classroom had been many parents told him that. Hey, there's no hope you know, and everybody was really upset and emotional and no-one volunteer to help him. He just basically said I'm going to find out if my son's alive or dead. And it said that this father tug continued to dig for eight hours than twelve hours twenty four hours people kept telling him look this not looking good. They start bringing him food and water thirty six hours and then in the thirty eight hour of him continuously dig. Has he way heavy piece of rubble? He heard voices, and he screamed for his son son's name was Armand and the voice of the sun responded. He said, hey, dad, it's me. And he said he told all the other kids not to worry. I told him that if you alive you'd save me when you say me, you know, they'd be saved. He said daddy you promised you'd be there for me. And you did it. So. Moments later. He's pulling out, you know, the teacher and thirteen classmates that were obviously frightened hungry and thirsty. So hopefully, there's some good stories like that that come out of that earthquake in Indonesia, but it was amazing that there was just one little pocket pocket and that whole school. And this man, you know, this dad got in there for thirty eight hours. I just cannot imagine, you know, digging, but your hands moving rock one rock out of time for thirty eight hours. You know, so I'd like to think I'm that kind of ahead even low my son hit me across the face this past weekend. But it does tell you a lot about the just the hope that people have in the in the human spirit and all those things not that we necessarily meant to start the show out this way. But, but it does it it shows you that's a perfect snapshot of what we would do for our kids have what we would do for our families and people listening right now would probably do the exact same things because their families. Are so important to them. And we talk about money on this show. But money is the avenue to give your family, a better life, more opportunity security, more security, and that is. This kind of a way that we can connect those two right? You have the hope and the love and the in the determination to do whatever. It takes for your family in that story. And when it comes to everyday American live, look there may be an opportunity for somebody to go through that exact same scenario and half to fight and dig and work to find the person that they love. But in everyday terms, we do that when we make sacrifices, and we make choices to do better with our savings and our finances to better serve our families later in life, and and set them up and set us up it's all cut from the same cloth the same fabric. Yeah. In, you know, sometimes it's not that dramatic where you see stuff like that. But I mean, I I know for the families to select families that we serve in a lot of our listeners that come in how you know, I hear about the sacrifices that they made early on to put their children through school, and to you know, maybe send them to medical school or help them buyer. A place and just to do all this stuff. And in any parent this listen to this, obviously, you know, would probably do whatever it took to save their child. I, you know, I know that I would I would I'm not gonna stop digging until, you know, either got to them or I just couldn't do it anymore. And you know, I collapsed, but I think most people are like that. And it's interesting Tokyo. So most of the time we're talking about planning and doing things like that. And it comes through for a lot of our select families that their family stewards and most important thing to them is making sure that their families are taken care of and just you know, a tragedy that happened last weekend. And and it just kind of my daughter told me about this story. And I just thought you know, what that just man there's a lot of good out there. But we don't ever hear about the good stuff on the news or very very seldom. And so I just wanted to share that with our listeners, did, you know, so fancy great story. You know, there's another great story out there about Alex trebek's tell you about it in just a moment. You probably already heard most of it. But it's another story of hope that I really like in. I want to let you know that we always reward people for listening to the show, so they can get their own financial future more organized and in a better position. Just having been added peace of mind that you are doing"