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If someone you trusted offered you $1,000 to move to a different city, would that be enough? More? Or would you need other things (the promise of friends or better weather?) What would they need to offer you before you’d instantly say yes? Or if you already want to move, what would it take to get you to stay?
$1,000 to move. Ha, ha, ha. That $1,000 wouldn’t even move me across the street. No insult to this topic, but it’d take a lot more to move. Today someone needs between $3,000 – 5,000 to move. If you’re doing your own moving, it will still cost you a lot of money. With gas, putting a deposit on a new place, rental of truck, etc., it adds up.
As to moving for the promise of friends or better weather, things like this never hold up. People are the same wherever you go, so if you’re moving for friendship purposes, you might be disappointed. Maybe they’ve changed, or maybe you’ve changed. Time has changed the way the people you knew used to be.
As to better weather, I moved to Florida because friends promised me better weather and a lot of sunshine. There was a lot of sunshine, but there was also tons of rain. The summer season brought with it non-stop rain, sheets of rain. There were days I got caught in the rain storms and ran home soaking wet. And there are a lot of lightning storms. Scary lightning storms, which cause electricity to go out during the summer. We went without air conditioning and had to put up with humid, humid weather. Oh, how can I possibly forget about the hurricane season, with even more rain and winds strong enough to blow a house apart. And I always felt wet. So moving somewhere for weather, no time soon.
I would like to move, but my situation with gang stalking will remain the same wherever I go. So moving would be a waste of what little money I have left. I would move, though, if someone I knew could promise me an apartment/house that is safe. Safe in every way. It would be a one level house, or apartment; windows that had safety glass; no neighbors nearby; away from a parking lot, street; sensors all along the house, letting me know when someone was in the vicinity; a security system that would allow me to see the area surrounding the house. Then I’d definitely move. Of course, there’s no such thing as anything being 100% safe, but at least I’d have a running chance.
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