When the Michaelangelo Fund gives birth to its first project, after a long vacation, I’d like everything about its project development to be modular.
Just as America turned out a liberty ship in four days during WWII, (1) I want us to be turning out projects in record time, as areas of the world are identified as needing “irrigation” and the right and culturally-sensitive way to do that is found.
Time for training and project development. Not saying otherwise. But with an eye on producing many.
I’m convinced that, if we create the irrigation outlets, the Company of Heaven, the Elders, the St. Germaine World Trust and others will supply the funds. So the bottleneck will become the number of outlets for abundance to flow through.
I think they’ll let us create as much of the New World as we feel willing and able to take on. We’re being given our turn now and then they’ll do what we leave undone. That’s my guess.
In building our own version of the liberty ships, what we learn on each project goes into the planning of another. What keeps changing is one set of templates only, which reflects best practices.
Without creating red tape, discarding as many practices as we accumulate, the one pipeline can be made to flow into many fire hoses, hopefully putting out many fires in distant parts of the world – as far as money and love can reach.
(1) “Liberty Ship SS Robert E. Peary built in 4 days, 15 hours, 29 minutes,” at https://www.usmm.org/peary.html