A scallywag who shall remain nameless (OK, Rene) has just made a donation without there even being a fund in existence! I’ve asked the Lightworker with the dental problem to set up a Paypal account and will speed the donation along to her.
Again I need to ask you for your comments. I’ve been dragging around a heavy heart for the last week and finally I need to share about it.
Perhaps the Tony Farrell article also had something to do with it. Given that I had to give up any chances to be re-employed by the Government of Canada to be a 9/11 truthteller in 2007, I know what penalties one can pay to do this work.
I know people will assume that the project with Mike induces me to go forward. But it’s actually something else and I’ll get to that in a moment.
I’m often approached by people, or people who know about people, in sometimes heart-rending circumstances. I know of one Lightworker who cannot afford vital dental work, is in pain, and is growing depressed. I know of another who could not afford to pay her rent and faced eviction a few months back. Another supports her family on social security and lives a spare existence. Another was at his wit’s end to meet bills and needed glasses. (At that time, I had money and was able to respond.)
Other Lightworkers approach me because they need seed capital to get a radio show going or they write an Ascension 2012 blog, their computer has died and they have no funds to replace it. Or they moderate and can’t afford a decent computer for the tasks required. On and on the list of matters relating to Lightworkers goes, many of whom are not masters of the financial universe (any more than I am).
I received a small inheritance from my father last year and have used it up responding to calls made of me. I no longer have the means myself to respond. That was fun and I know my money was well spent but that good thing has come to an end.
It’s the Lightworker with the dental problems that I wish I could have personally responded to. That’s why my heart feels heavy at the moment. And that’s what has moved me to actually have this conversation with you.
I’m considering starting a Lightworkers Fund and I need feedback from you on all aspects of the notion – any things to keep in mind in approaching this idea, how best to do it, what I should be wary of, any experience you have with it. And I need to get a sense of whether people would support it as volunteers on the project. If it increased my workload too much, that again would be a reason why I couldn’t do it. (If somebody else wanted to do it, that would be great.)
Mostly I’d just like to hear how the idea of setting up a Lightworker’s Fund sits with you – and whether people would be willing to assist with the doing of it. It’s still only in the idea stage and would have to be manageable. It may also be a project of amazingly short duration, and NESARA could come in in record time, but of that none of us has any inside knowledge or certainty.
So do grace me with your feedback in the open comments.