The World Lost a Great Soul

Charlie Daniels once stated, “I’ve kept people employed for over 20 years and never missed a payroll.”  On Monday, July 6, 2020 Daniels went home and will no longer have to concern himself with meeting payroll.

Credited with the rise of country music after he starred himself in the John Travolta movie “Urban Cowboy” back in 1980, Daniels was known to be a fire brand with his lyrics.  As time passed, his style mellowed even to the point of him softening the lyrics to famous songs, “The Devil Went Down to Georgia” and “Long Haired Country Boy.”

When he wrote “Simple Man”, releasing it as the lead single on the album by the same name in August of 1989, Daniels proposed a solution to all the social disruptions which plague our society today. Whether his solution is best or not isn’t really the question for today.  But it was a simple solution and simple solutions sometime work best in life.

Why is it, the more complicated things become the more justice, liberty and honesty are compromised? Whether Daniel’s solution is right or wrong the question for today is, “How much of what is being done, said and posted today is based on a what is true, noble, right, pure, lovely and praiseworthy?”

This goes for things about money as well. Many people believe rich people are rich because they have taken from the poor.  That is a problem because 1) some rich people have, and 2) some rich people haven’t.  The solution isn’t to place all rich people in one category but to discern the difference and imitate those who have accomplished what they have because they valued what is true, noble, right, pure, lovely, and praiseworthy.

We design, sell and service life insurance policies.  We value these policies, or contracts, because they are true and praiseworthy. We understand that participating whole life insurance contracts provide a way for many to build sustainable wealth who ordinarily wouldn’t be able to do so.

There will always be people who mock and criticize what is true, noble, right, pure, lovely and praiseworthy. This causes much confusion through our society and it raises huge concerns about who should own life insurance.  We are here to help you understand the truth, so you can decide what you should do instead of allowing others to make those decisions for you, your family and your business.

Like Charlie Daniels, we try to make things simple, so it is easy for you.  We aren’t asking nobody for “nothin’”, we just want you to get it for your own because we know owning participating whole life insurance can build sustainable wealth for those who own it and those who don’t must work harder, longer and still have no guarantees they make it.

Call us at 702-660-7000 we can help.