Think of it for a moment. We’re planning one event that will be held in cities around the world. People will speak different languages, Every arrangement that is planned will have to be thought through and explained in different languages. The more complicated the arrangement, the more work will be needed to explain and the higher the potential for confusion.
If we arrive at an arrangement that requires leadership and organization, then immediately we create a vast need for coordination. Committees will need to be formed, reporting lines established, emails go out, and the whole thing coordinated from day to day.
If we say speeches will be made, then we are into finding money, booking equipment, arranging for transport, on and on and on.
But in the end, the only thing that really matters is that people around the world turn out, that they gather, that they be seen to have responded from all nations, to have coalesced and come together. It will be the sight of crowds in every city of the world that will be transformative. Nothing more in reality is necessarily needed.
We will have shown that the world can be called out, that the world agrees that wars and dictatorships, crime and oppression must end on the planet.
Moreover, if the arrangements are simple then we have the best chance at keeping the assemblies peaceful and harmonious. There are fewer issues for disagreements to arise over, fewer obstacles to negotiate, fewer services to arrange and to arrange in the midst of tremendously-crowded conditions.
If the world turns out, so to speak, and knows that its mere assembling is its vote to end wars and dictatorships, crime and oppression on Earth, the task of the world taking a vote, as it were, will have been accomplished.
So, for that reason, I have dropped references to a Worldwide March of Millions. Not that millions cannot march, but that the success of the event cannot be measured on whether millions actually march, march from where to where, carry placards, etc., but on simply the fact that millions turned up.
Furthermore, making the high point of a worldwide gathering like this a minute of silence is designed to assign to the world the very easiest of common actions to achieve. People simply need to fall silent and this silence betokens their consent to the proposition that wars and dictatorship, crime and oppression end on Earth.
And so I suggest to everyone who has taken on the task of organizing the day in their countries to keep it as simple as possible. You may have speeches if you wish. That fits into the schedule of arrival at 12:00 and minute of silence at 12:30. You don’t have to have speeches if you don’t want to. You may wish for a public address system or even a bullhorn at a minimum to call for the minute of silence at 12:30. But that’s as complicated as it needs to get.
The simpler the better.
If you wish to have a handout, well, I’ll create one before the day. But I’d suggest handing out “The Declaration of Human Freedom” along with whatever else you distribute. I think that document, which the Teacher dictated wrote really, provides a good foundation for all that follows.
So again, let’s keep it as simple as possible and merely get people out. Let the elites and the dictators, the criminals and the corrupt see what the world demands. Our mere gathering will be as forceful a message that we intend for the world to achieve peace, harmony, and freedom. There will be no stopping us once we have made such a clear and forceful statement by our gathering in eevry town square on March 6, 2011.