Ulterior Motives

How frequently do you believe an individual, a group, or people in positions of power have an ulterior motive? For example, I saw an article today about a bishop accusing a nun of violating her vow of chastity with a priest.  It was in Ft. Worth, Texas and naturally the priest was not named.  He has no basis or grounds for his accusations and the nun is so sick she is now in a wheelchair.  A group of nuns within her order are suing this bishop over fabricated violations. If this wasn’t bad enough, the bishop is refusing to allow the accused nun to choose her own attorney. What they are all wondering, as am I, what are his ulterior motives?  Have you ever noticed a person who might treat you poorly and then suddenly they are pleasant to you? At first you might appreciate it, but then your mind wanders.  You begin to wonder what their ulterior motives really are. Of course, this is always common on TV shows.  The plots always thicken and as the viewer you instantly suspect what is really going on.  I have always found that people who behave this way that if you wait long enough you will find the real reason. This is also true if a person suddenly becomes wealthy or wins the lottery. Their former friends, family that couldn’t be bothered with you previously and even strangers suddenly are contacting you to see how they can benefit. Has this ever happened to you? The Good Gus Series is available online at Kindle, Nook and Waterstones. Hard copies, personally autographed, are available through our website www.goodgusbooks.com along with past blogs for your reading enjoyment. Coming soon audio and videos for the Good Gus series on YouTube! Digitizing for all the books are available now on YouTube! “Misplaced Trust” is now available on Amazon in e-book form. It is also available digitally at www.misplacedtrustbook.com. If you are thinking of a Will or a Living Trust, “Misplaced Trust” will give you the information you need to make an informed decision.

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