In a reading with him on Oct. 17, 2019, I asked Archangel Michael how things would run after the Reval. Here’s his answer:
Archangel Michael in a personal reading with Steve Beckow through Linda Dillon, Oct. 17, 2019.
Steve: There’s a lot of conversation going on about the Reval being a risky event in the sense that a rapid infusion of wealth into the economy might have people stop working.
And, we did talk about this sometime back about people simply raising rents but we didn’t talk about this aspect, about people leaving their jobs. How will the garbage be collected after the Reval?
Archangel Michael: What you are assuming, first of all, is that there is an equal distribution and that, in and of itself, in terms of equalization in society (and we mean financial equalization) is an overnight occurrence and it is not.
The populace that is in direct receipt of this blessing, for example, is spread (and it is a very small minority) in terms of labourers, whether it is CEO or garbage collectors, as you put it.
There is an underlying assumption in this that people do not choose to engage with or contribute to their communities, whether it is managerial or administrative or healing or collecting garbage.
Think of all the people, of all ilks, who go along highways collecting garbage so that the beauty of Gaia [can be retained]. Think of those who would volunteer their wonderful administrative or intellectual capacities.
So there is an assumption that the community does not have the collective intelligence to operate and that simply is not so.
Steve: I wonder if life on board a ship does not reflect that. They are not getting paid, right?
AAM: The idea of being paid, Sweet One, is simply a very human concept.
When one is truly taken care of there is a blend of work, of play, of relaxation, of family, of community… And that is partaken in a really joyful manner.
So is not about getting ahead and it is not about being fully in leisure and unoccupied completely. It is that balance of contributing what you bring to the table.
And sometimes that contribution means undertaking jobs that perhaps have less cachet or less superiority and that is a humbling experience and that is necessary.