How To Get The Best Insurance Quotes

What things should you keep in mind when looking for a way to make payments to your current insurer without any hassle? What does the insurance cover? Can you go for the online insurance option? Read on for the answers to these commonly asked questions.

Most people tend to pay their insurance company whatever amount they demand in order to avoid the hassle. But is it compulsory for you to get car insurance quotes from a local company? No, you are not bound to do so, especially if you have access to the Internet. Almost, everything costs you loss if you buy it online, isn’t it? So, why can’t you get insurance quotes online? Of course, you can.

How to get quotes?

There is no doubt that the web has brought a revolution in the world of car insurance. Nowadays, getting insurance quotes from the comfort of your home is a piece of cake. There are so many insurance providers online that their quotes have become quite competitive.

So, how can you get quotes online? Well, it is simple. All you need to do is go to an insurance site offering quotes online upon request. Once you have chosen a site, you can enter your details and the hit Enter. You will get a quote instantly or after a few hours in your email. As an alternative, you can try out an insurance aggregator website, which will submit your entered information to a number of online insurers. You will get a lot of quotes in seconds in your desired order.

Once you have got the cheapest quote, you can complete your transaction by phone or through the website of the company that offered the quote.

Choose a responsive provider

Most people have to deal with dishonest insurers since they don’t have the information they need. With the advent of online insurance companies, it has become a lot easier to get cheap insurance. If you have no idea where to go and what to do, you may want to try out an insurance quote aggregator site. What do you need to keep in mind during your research? The first and foremost thing is that you should not go with a company offering the lowest quotes and low quality service. The insurer should be ready to answer your questions when you call them. Moreover, they should respond to your emails and calls promptly.

Lastly, it is very important to keep in mind that you should go with only an insurance provider who is popular and trust worthy. What does this mean? How can you find out if an insurance provider is trusty worthy? You can easily weed good providers out of bad ones. You just need to go to insurance provider review sites and then read reviews on several providers. At the end, you should choose one that has lots of positive reviews.

So, if you are looking for cheap insurance quotes, you can use the two methods explained above. Since there are so many insurance providers online, it looks like the days of conventional, local brokers have been numbered. With the passage of time, online insurance quote providers will run circles around local providers.

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Was It a Miracle or What?

“Was It a Miracle?”

“Are you married?” asked one of my friends. “No, not yet” said I. “I have heard that you have”. “No, I say, no” was my answer. “OK! Are you interested in marriage?” said my friend, “I have a match for you, if you so desire”. “Well, I am ready”. “So we should go to theirs when you are free”. “I am ready when you are free, tell me and we go”. “No, you see and tell me when you are free”. “OK, then let it be on coming Sunday” I said. So it was decided. Time was fixed for us to get together and start for the concerned city, a big one in Pakistan.

On the fixed day, date and time, we met each other and started for our destination. It was almost 80 kilometers from my home town. My friend’s in-law family lived there. The meeting was arranged at his in-laws.

I don’t remember whether we were the first one to reach there, or they. We were made to sit in a large dining room; where of course there was no dinner but tea, yes, tea along-with cakes and cookies.

During tea, I was put a few questions by my would-be mother in law at that time. The first question was, “My daughter is doing a job. Would you mind doing the job, or what?” I said, “I won’t mind it, rather I am pleased that she would be with me to earn something for us”. A few more such questions were there which I forgot; I simply remember that she “my would-be wife”, at that time, smiled.

The meeting shortly after tea was over. My would-be mother in law and would-be wife at that time left the house first. I was invited at theirs. It was some two or three weeks later.

When we reached there, we were received by her friends. We were given a warm welcome, then lunch of course. It was a memorable event, though I don’t remember any thing particular but her friend taking me aside and asking me for my mailing address, which I gave and got my would-be wife’s in return. “You can feel easy and write to her, as and when you like” was her friend’s offer.

These were old days, years back; when there was no internet, no email system, nothing of that kind. One could read and write letters to each other.

The word “Romance” itself is very attractive. Whenever there is some whisper or talk of romance, the people are usually on their toes; to find out something of that sort, to listen to something of that sort and to see something of that sort. It is so fascinating and charming that regardless of the age; almost every one is interested in it.

“Romance” is every thing that can be imagined but not attained. It is totally imaginable but impracticable. It is a world of fantasies; one’s Utopia and one’s own world, where one rules in accordance with his desires and wishes, as “Walter de la Mare” has done in his poem, “Tartary” or “John Keats” in his poem “Kubla Khan”. We usually refer to “Love Affair” when we talk of “Romance”.

Without being a philosopher, or going deep into discussion, I would like to come to the story I have been narrating here. Our new contact with each other started now. I wrote her a letter; there was no answer. I sent another, the result was no different. I wrote in my third letter, “Perhaps, I am knocking at the stone-wall with no door to open”. There was a quick reply to it. And then, the things started happening, maybe I wrote five and she wrote four.

In those days, there used to be letter pads with beautiful colours and images. I remember, I bought blue papered pads with light images on them. In addition, I am good at art; I used to draw colourful flowers at top corner of the pad or at the bottom. So, it was an interesting series which continued for quite a few weeks only. Then one day, I was asked to send my mother to them to fix the day and date of marriage.

In brief, the date was fixed and preparations started. What I had to do, I didn’t know; but the people around me well knew that. One of them was my adopted sister, who got necessary jewelry and wedding garments. One of my friends ordered for invitation cards.

This I would call a miracle; a big one indeed. One of my former students came to me one day. It was almost late afternoon when he came. He put me the question, “I have heard that your marriage date has been fixed, is it right?” “Yes”, I said. “Well, do you know that this is an age of dearness? Have you prepared yourself for that??” “Yes, I know, we are going to do every thing in a very simple way; not with pomp and show” I said. “OK. But, perhaps you don’t know prices of things are rising sky high.” Saying this, he put some notes before me. “Take them, please. They are twenty thousand.” I said, “How should I take these notes, my son! How can I?” “You call me son and you refuse to take the money.” “Yes, I refuse because it’s our duty to spend on youngsters like you.”

“When the youngsters grow up, it becomes their duty to support the elders.” This was the answer, which I was unable to reply. I said, “OK, if you insist, I take half of them.” “No, not at all, you are to take the whole meager amount. And kindly don’t allow any one to manage for a car for you, and its decoration please.”

Perhaps, nobody would believe that the person I talked above, my former student belongs to “Sheikh” caste which is notoriously believed to be “misers”. But, it was a fact. He is still in contact with me. I remember his last words when he made me accept the money, he said, “Please, never mention this thing to any one, not even to me in future.” I pray for him and God has blessed him even more and more. He is running two factories now; in the past he owned only one and that also with a share of his younger brothers and sisters.

Now, years have passed. It looked to me great miracles in my life, bestowed upon me by God Almighty. And I strongly believe that God loves all and He takes care of us all. Do you also believe?

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How to Get a Lady Friend to Appreciate You

We all like to feel important and be appreciated. How can you make your lady friends and everyone around you feel this way for you? This article touches on this very aspect at large.

In order to make a friend appreciate you, you need to:

1) Compliment and appreciate her first: Pass a wonderful compliment on her get up or something about her with all your heart. Just don’t flatter her otherwise you will be caught and she will never like you. Show her your appreciation and how much you enjoy her company. In fact, life is like a mirror: The way you behave is reflected back to you. In other words, she will start to compliment and appreciate you.

2) Help her a little with her current problems: If she is having relationship problems with her hubby, give her a few tips and tactics on how she can make the relation grow stronger and more solid. If she is having problems with a co-worker, help her out with good ideas and tips. Once her problems start to melt away, she will be all smiles and consider you to be an expert guru and have all the appreciation for you.

3) Look after her when she falls ill: Make sure you pay regular visits to her when she falls ill in bed. Make her breakfast and if she has children, make sure they are fed too. You can help your friend to find a good nanny if she doesn’t have one at the moment. After she recovers and is back to regular life, she will be most grateful to you and have all the worldly appreciation for you.

4) Help her with buying groceries and cooking: Your friend and you can schedule from time to time to buy groceries and cook together. She will appreciate the time you are giving her and be full of praise and approval for you.

5) Look after her children for a while: Sure, everyone is busy. But you can make some time to play with and look after her children for a while to relieve your friend. She will be amazingly sweet to you and may even buy lunch for you.

6) Spend good outdoor times with her: Go on a trip, picnic or a party together. You will bond together even more closely and she will always crave for your company for such occasions. While you enjoy her company, she will in turn enjoy your company and be elevated.

So dear reader, in order to be liked and appreciated by your lady friends, you need to like and appreciate them first. It is a simple rule of life and it always works.

Rosina S Khan has authored this article, highlighting how you can get your lady friends to appreciate you.

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Loving Yourself in the Face of Others’ Expectations

How often are you stressed and frazzled in trying to meet others’ expectations? You can learn to love yourself instead!

I was staying at a friend’s house on one of my teaching trips. I walked into the kitchen early one morning to find my friend frantically trying to get everything done that she believed she needed to get done before going to work.

I walked over to her and put my arm around her and said, “Breathe.” She stopped and breathed and started to cry.

“What’s going on?” I gently asked her.

She listed off all the things she needed to get done before leaving.

“Why do you have to get all these things done?”

This question stopped her in her tracks. “OMG! I’m trying to do what everyone expects me to do!”

“Are these things you want to do?”

“No!”

“You have help here. Can you get someone else to do them?”

“Yes!”

A big smile broke out on her beautiful face and I could feel the peace coming into her body.

As we talked more about this, my friend realized that all her life she had been trying to meet others’ expectations of her, starting with her mother.. She realized how much stress this creates for her, but she also realized how scared she is that someone – her husband, her mother, her kids, her friends – will be angry at her if she doesn’t meet their expectations.

“What would your inner child need from you to feel safe in not meeting others’ expectations, if what they wanted of you wasn’t what you wanted to do? What would be loving to yourself?”

“I know exactly what she needs to feel loved by me and to feel safe. She needs me to let them know that it’s not okay with me for them to get angry with me for not meeting their expectations and then to walk away, to lovingly disengage. She also needs for me to not so instantly say ‘yes’ when they ask me to do things I don’t want to do. I need to start to say ‘no.’ This has been so challenging for me, but I really can’t stand this stress anymore of all this pressure of meeting everyone’s expectations. I think I’m ready to risk saying no and speaking up for myself if they get mad. Whew! That thought feels like a big relief inside!”

Are you loving yourself in the face of others’ expectations, or are you sacrificing yourself to control how others feel about you? Are you taking responsibility for others’ feelings or are you focused on what is loving to you?

Loving yourself in the face of others’ expectations means:

  • First, tuning in to whether meeting someone’s expectations is in your highest good, i.e., is it loving to yourself, or would you would be abandoning yourself to meet their expectations?
  • Being honest with them: saying yes when you mean yes and no when you mean no.
  • If they get angry, annoyed or blaming, speaking up for yourself by letting them know that you are available to talk about it if they are open to learning with you, but not if they continue to be angry and blaming.
  • If they are open, you might want to explore why your meeting this expectation is important to them, and why it might be important to you to not meet it. Much learning can occur through exploring expectations, which can lead to a satisfying resolution for both of you.
  • If the other person isn’t open to learning with you, you may need to lovingly disengage – i.e., walk away to take loving care of yourself.

It’s important for you to become aware of when you are trying to control how others feel about you – by meeting their expectations when you don’t want to – and when meeting their expectations is a joy for you. When it’s a form of control, you will feel stressed, and when it’s what you truly want to do, you will find pleasure in meeting someone’s expectations.

Margaret Paul, Ph.D. is the best-selling author and co-author of eight books, including “Do I Have To Give Up Me To Be Loved By You?” and “Healing Your Aloneness.” She is the co-creator of the powerful Inner BondingĀ® healing process. Learn Inner Bonding now! Visit her web site for a FREE Inner Bonding course: http://www.innerbonding.com or email her at margaret@innerbonding.com. Phone sessions available.

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Presidential Villa and the Strange Curses (1)

I just finished reading the articles on the strange happenings at the Aso Rock – the Nigerian seat of power written by two of our great columnists Reuben Abati and Femi Fani-Kayode and I felt I should add this to what they have shared. The two were in the recent past presidential spokespersons and have worked and lived in the villa, so I respect the accounts of their experiences. They meticulously mentioned names and circumstances to convince their readers. They both pointed to some personal experiences and things that happened to their colleagues and others while working there. These include strange and terminal sicknesses, sudden deaths and other mysterious misfortunes to them and their relations. I also remember Fani-Kayode had said something about sacrificing lives through plane crashes or something like that recently. Now, what we want to do here is to elaborate a bit further on what could be the cause(s) of these terrible curses emitting from that place and the possible solution. If you read the two write-ups you would agree with me that they like reporters narrated their experiences, said things as they observed without going deeper into the possible causes and maybe how to remedy the situation.

First of all, to try to understand what is happening there, you must ask these questions: what is the foundation of the place? Who built the structures? What kind of sacrifice was made and still being made at the place? Who are those that visit or work in the place? And who are the opponents, forces against the occupant of the seat?? When you put all these answers together then, you will come to the conclusion that is normal for the place to be having a high-level spiritual conflagration that with be emitting those terrible curses these men have enumerated. Or how do you think the devils will be gathering and there won’t be such demonic emissions? Is it possible! The place is spiritually ‘overheated’ and there must be toxics, releases and reactions. God’. There is truly constant spiritual, diabolical plans against those in authority and where they sit. As I read the account of Reuben Abati this my little contribution came to my mind (and thank God I personally sent him a copy of the book while still in that villa). I believe that it was prayer that saved Jonathan that period. In fact, the cloud was so thick that some interests called me and demanded that I should not continue with the revelation. My God! They wanted the man out by all means. Do you now know why the man and his wife did not wait for the final whistle before running away from the place? Don’t laugh.

Now back to the point, first, we must investigate the foundation of the place. There could be terrible sacrifices made at the foundation. We know that some of our so-called political, traditional and business leaders are neck-deep into occultism. They practically serve Satan. They involve in various abominable, dangerous and constant satanic sacrifices to obtain and retain their positions, influence and wealth. It is some of these demonic rituals (that most times involve burying live animals, objects and even humans) that can emit these kinds of powerful spiritual reactions. Some of these people of power deliberately offer their children, wives, relations, workers and other innocent people to demonic powers to grab and keep their positions. Is it still news that most of them belong to both local and international occult groups. In fact, they cannot allow you to come up or get patronage if you don’t ‘belong’. There was a time you never got any position or contract if you didn’t belong to the Ogboni secret cult. True. So, why won’t strange things happen to and around them? Now, were you not here when our two top most leaders were accusing themselves of such high level occultism? The boss first accused the deputy of bringing powerful native doctors into the villa (this same villa!) and the deputy responded by telling us that his boss is dirtier because he is involved in some of the most dangerous secret societies in the world. So, where were all those dangerous sacrifices made and why won’t terrible curses, sickness, deaths, misfortunes, etc, emit from there? Tell me. Please, we will continue. It is not just a Nigerian problem, it is global. We will continue next week.

Rev Agbo is the author of the book Power of Midnight Prayer. Website: http://www.authorsden.com/pastorgabrielnagbo

Gabriel is the a journalist and an author https://www.amazon.com/Power-Midnight-Prayer-Gabriel-Agbo/dp/1475273738/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1406112107&sr=8-2

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