In some ways, I have a unique seat on things, because of my history. As the Humpty Dumpty man, (1) I literally put myself … no, I’m still putting myself … back together again.
I’ve had to learn about each part of me separately and learn to reuse it in the same way that a stroke victim might. Mind, intellect, heart, will. I had to find each piece to turn the puzzle into a picture.
It wasn’t until the heart opening that occurred on March 13, 2015 that my heart began functioning as it was designed to, as a well-spring of love. Suddenly love flowed through me.
That’s only last year. I’m the newest kid on the block on the whole subject of love. (“Oh, now I know what they were talking about.”)
And only recently has will become a hot topic for me as well. It’s going to take collective will to do what we propose to do – create a new world that works.
It’s going to take will to make a Lightworkers Congress work, without descending into the need for what Archangel Michael calls “profile” or into bickering sides.
It’s going to take will to mount and sustain a global attack on poverty, homelessness, and hunger, one that is flexible enough to proceed according to local customs and expectations.
I’ve recovered contact with my will and I hope I never lose it again.
From where I stand, I say we now need to discover the principles of creating and sustaining collective will because we’re going to need to use that skill soon.
Here’s the vision I recommend we get together behind: “Nova Earth, a world that works for everyone.” (2) I’m open to anything that is more contextually sound than that.
Accepting that vision, even provisionally, opens up for us profitable questions. One of them is: How do we win global acceptance for our vision as our best statement so far of what we want our world to blossom into, what we’re aiming for, what we collectively want?
Another is: Does our vision lift our hearts as high as they can possibly go? Does it truly elevate? Can we do better?
What are the principles of building collective will? I don’t know. But I’m open to the inquiry.
(1) Please enter “Humpty Dumpty” in the site’s search box.
(2) The phrase “a world that works for everyone” comes from Werner Erhard, founder of the est Training.