If it's too good to be true,then most likely it is a con
Most things contain a "quid pro quo" A balance of good for me and whats in it for you. If something ism all good for me, why are you doing it? There should be balance of some kind. Even volunteers for charities get a sense of self worth and pride, plus respect of others out of the deal.<br />
Always look so see whats in it for the person doing you the good turn. Its not rude; its just good sense. Even if the deal is genuine, it helps you to understand the variable in it and make it work better for all concerned.
If you use your intuition to acknowledge the feeling or thoughts when they come to you, it is your guide... pay attention to your thoughts and feelings and act accordingly, dont discount them or give yourself excuses why you should not beleive what is in your heart and mind....
Oh i'm not into rimms myself, no i draw the line to some acts, rimmin just is not for me. And you had to pay him? lol
A quaint little apartment downtown Boston that was only $1,000 per month. The condo fees were almost half that per month, and there were NO utilities included. There were other things, too. Grrrr...
Yes if you think its too good to be true it most definitly is.<br />
Unfortunitly yes, It was with a man that was to wonderful for words to even explain. Everything was about me, if we were going out it was whatever I wanted to do, where ever I wanted to go. Would do anything and everything I wanted. I thought he was so amazing. I fell so in love with him. He turned out to be one big lie. He broke my heart I though I'd never get over it. Lesson learned.
Means : far from the reality (in ur dreams).