A reporter, I think, wants to inform and, based on what they find, sometimes warn or reassure.
I imagine again that most of them these days are burrowed into the Internet rather than exploring countries – for many reasons.
And – and this is not imagination – recent experience with Internet colleagues in Australia and Britain has shown me that, while I may have been asked to remain independent, others are linking up all over the place.
Which is exactly what’s needed.
Lightworkers coming together around the world will be the result.
I’m not even trying to keep up with the technology that makes this possible. I’m imagining it all being simple. I sign on to the QFS and send money here and there. For the rest I hope to hire people competent in their fields.
Meanwhile, back in current reality, we must appeal to you for our monthly subsistence. Each and every month. Thus did the Mother ask us to arrange our lives. (1)
It’s been a humbling process. But I notice that confidence born of trust in the Mother is where I end up as a result of it.
Out of love, we ask you again to support us this month to stay on the journey with you. If you would, hop over to the Hope Chest and help us either through a one-time or a monthly donation.
Soon we won’t need to ask – and maybe I’ll miss the grinding and polishing process it is. Soon we’ll be in a position to bless others as you’ve blessed us.
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(1) Grace of the Mother, I’ve experienced living well and living hardscrabble, in wonderful health and aching pain.
And here’s the bottom line that emerges from it. I’m a pillar. That means, I’m here till the end. Money coming in, no money coming in, I’m still here till the end.
And when I arrive at that end, I’ll join you.
Even if I have to stand on a street corner and beg at the end.
So I may as well shed my shame. What I’m doing right now, whichever role I play in it, the exchange economy, the donor economy is not going away. And I’ve played all roles in it.