All is not lost for London as Goldman Sachs’ boss calls for a second referendum

Goldman Sachs’ (an American multinational financial firm) boss, Lloyd Blankfein, has for the second time come out in favour of a second vote on Britain’s membership to the European Union, EU.

Lloyd said in a tweet that most CEOs in London want a confirmation vote and believe that London may lose out to Frankfurt, Germany, as the financial hub.

The US born Lloyd is still optimistic that everything can be squared out while still in London through a confirmation vote which he says majority of investors in Europe want.

Frankfurt, Germany, and Paris, France, are seen as the alternative cities after Brexit.

 

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My weekend; Grace, more grace and living like we mean it

While listening to Hillsong’s Album, This is our God, I was right away reminded of the bashful and disgraceful stories written ten years ago on the controversy behind Michael Guglielmucci. For those who do not know Michael, he is the writer of the song Healer in the album, an emotional lyrics and among my best.

 

For one I am reminded that it’s only God who can deal with our hearts in the best way possible. We are imperfect, God’s work in progress. Yes! In fact the church is not for the perfect but a place for perfecting. It’s by the grace of God that we are saved through Christ.
We may not be told where Michael is right now but I agree with the opinion of one writer, Ryan who wrote that;

Man is fickle. We are all fakers. The most seemingly honest, tell-it-like-it-is person is still putting on a show. We all give in to the illusion of this world and constantly struggle living and deciphering between what is real and what is worldly. This tension is the nature of Christian life. Don’t fool yourself you are immune to this problem. Humble yourself like Mike, and fess up. He is in the best place of his life right now, broken, despised by many, loved by God and closer to Him than ever before. Are you? –Ryan Flanigan Continue reading