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Aphorisms of Nietzsche and Chandler Arizona IRS Problems—Part 1

First let’s review a short biography of Friedrich Nietzsche then we will review some of his aphorisms and learn how his wisdom can help us resolve Chandler AZ IRS Problems.

Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900)

Nietzsche is my favorite philosopher to read.   I do not always agree with everything he says, but I wouldn’t trade those disagreements for all the ways he has strengthened my beliefs and much more importantly, purified my motives.  If Nietzsche offends you, maybe it is because you are afraid to find out what you really believe deep down inside of your soul.

Friedrich Nietzsche was born in Rocken, a small town in the Prussian province of Saxony (Germany), on October 15, 1844.  He was born into a home that descended from a long line of Lutheran preachers.

In 1869, at the age of only twenty-four, Nietzsche was appointed professor of classical philology at the University of Basel, where he taught for the next ten years.  Nietzsche wrote in an aphoristic style that was perfectly suited to his iconoclastic beliefs and his piercing observations that lay bare the hidden motivations underlying many aspects of human behavior.  Freud remarked that Nietzsche’s insights often agree in the most amazing manner with psychoanalysis.  He further stated that he stopped reading Nietzsche so that he could discover something on his own.

A colleague wrote, “Nietzsche enjoyed the good will of all the colleagues who knew him, as he was thoroughly inoffensive by nature.  His amiable attitude toward doctoral candidates “was never unfriendly or irritated but held conferences in a kind, though superior, manner…”

Nietzsche went through periods late in life when he did not write.  “Now nothing more will be printed, for a number of years, –I absolutely have to withdraw and wait until I can shake the last fruit from my tree.”  But when inspiration came he would return to his only true love, writing.  “There have been…hours when an immense all-inclusive philosophy…spreads out before my eyes.”

In 1888 shortly before he lapsed into permanent insanity, he wrote, “Nearly every day for one or two hours, I have mustered the energy required to see my whole conception from top to bottom. I feel more than ever the great serenity and certainty of being on my way and even close to a great goal.  I am now the most grateful person in the world; it is my great harvest time.  Everything is easy for me, I succeed in everything, although scarcely anybody has ever dealt with such great things.”

One of his last admissions was, “I myself never got beyond attempts and ventures, never beyond prologues and promises.”

Nietzsche resigned from his professorship in 1879 owning to chronic ill health.  He suffered from paralyzing migraine headaches.  He lived on a university pension at resorts in Italy, France and Switzerland.

In January 1889 Nietzsche collapsed on a street in Turin, Italy, and from that moment on he rapidly descended into insanity.  He remained in a condition of mental and physical paralysis until his death in Weimar on August 25, 1900.

Nietzsche’s passion to communicate did not prevent him from living a life of intense loneliness.  His friends included people of status in the arts and sciences, but he could not maintain those relationships.  Nietzsche never married even though it was something he deeply desired.

Aphorisms of Nietzsche

As you read the following aphorisms of Friedrich Nietzsche I would ask you to consider each one as a guide to how you should chose who should represent you before the IRS should you need professional expertise.  May I be so bold to recommend that you serious consider a free consultation with Scott Allen E.A.  He has the skills and knowledge to resolve your IRS problem.  He can be reached at 480-926-9300.  When you call, you will talk personally with Scott Allen E.A. and he alone will resolve your tax matter from beginning to end.

  • I’m not upset that you lied to me; I’m upset that from now on I can’t believe you.

It’s not that tax clients “lie” be some are prone to leave out important facts that are critical to the resolution of an IRS tax debt.  In fact there have been some instances where the intentional omission of certain facts resulted in a settlement that was less favorable than what Scott would have negotiated had he knew the full truth up front.  Always be willing to trust Scott Allen E.A. the full truth about your situation.  He will never judge you—in fact it will empower him to work even harder to get the settlement you deserve.

  • Distrust all in whom the impulse to punish is powerful.

It is the impulse of the IRS to punish at worse and intimidate at the least to get the most from you whether it be right or wrong, or due to their own lack of knowledge of tax law as it pertains to IRS matters.  Scott Allen E.A. knows IRS tax law and more important than that   the IRS knows that Scott know the law.  Scott is able to get the best IRS settlement ALLOWED BY LAW.

  • Talking too much about oneself may be a way of hiding oneself.

Probably the most impressive trait of Scott Allen E.A. is that he allows clients to talk while he listens.  You will never hear him making promises he can’t keep.  The most he will ever say is, “I can help you.  Do you want to get started today?’  The rest is up to you.  I promise you will know at that point you have come to the right person.

  • He who has a why to live can bear with almost any how.

Tempe AZ IRS problems can be so very hard to bear, but if you have a belief it will eventually be favorably resolved, you will be up to the task.  One of the most difficult part of IRS settlement is not the IRS, it is clients who seem to be reluctant to follow through on relatively simple requests for information that would allow them to remove the “handcuffs of the IRS.”   I plead with you to take seriously this advice.  Follow what Scott Allen E.A. asks you to do and he will be able to keep his promises and many times exceed them on your behalf.

I implore you today to call Scott Allen E.A. for a free Mesa AZ tax consultation at 480-926-9300.  You will never regret following his advice and will enjoy the benefits of his expertise.

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