Unity in Community: Taking Baby Steps – Part 1/2

Unity in Community: Taking Baby Steps – Part 1/2

Posted by on October 18, 2013                                       /   Comments Off

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“Unity in Community”

That was one of many catchphrases suggested during Thursday night’s roundtable discussion on Tinychat with Michael Genova, myself, and at one point about sixty others.

The theme of the meeting was discussing and building upon some of the ways we can breed real and lasting unity amongst various Lightworker and alternative news oriented websites, which remain separate and independent in terms of the projects and work being done.

I recently wrote a piece about the communities of various Lightworker blogs establishing unity in their ranks and then branching out to other communities and merging our efforts. This piece inspired Michael Genova and the GFP crew to invite me to what have now been two quite successful discussions about this very subject.

Before getting into a profound realization about this that a friend helped me obtain, I’d like to lay out the ideas that have been presented so far.

One of the ideas is for the members of various Lightworker communities to collaborate on a video wherein each person talks for a short period of time (30 sec to a min.) about the idea of coming together and working as a united awakened populace.

This could be an individual project for the communities of various sites and forums to work on, or we could all collaborate with a mega-video on the subject (which would have to be broken into parts, I’d imagine).

Obviously, to coordinate such an undertaking the communities of individual sites would have to work together to mend any division in their ranks. In doing so, I think it’s important to remember that our differences in belief or ideology don’t have to divide us or make us bicker like they did in the past.

Personally, I’m learning to hear somebody out if they express an opinion or stance that I didn’t expect or that isn’t my own, and doing so has seen me able to embrace new concepts that have helped me quite a bit along my path of enlightenment.

I think that the members of each website and forum who’ve previously allowed difference in belief to come between them should recognize everything they have in common and accept each other for their perceived differences. As I’ve said before, we can’t pave the road for the rest of the world to find unity if we ourselves can’t see past petty squabbles.

Another idea, which I was assigned to helping bring about, is to bring the various channelers and spiritual/alternative news writers/bloggers who are well known in our little corner of the planet together to begin working on various projects; the video being one and a draft of our intentions as a united group being another.

I believe that somebody in the group was assigned to creating a logo of sorts for this movement, and others who are good with video editing have volunteered to play a part.

We also agreed that music could be a great way for us to get our message out there, and several musicians were a part of the chat last night who were willing to be a part of writing something.

In short – the awakening masses are galvanizing in the way I’ve always hoped when publishing writings about doing so, and everybody is willing to play the unique role we’ve all been told we can play. My excitement for what we’re doing and what we’re about to do is growing every day, and the level of Love bouncing around that chat room last night was intense and felt by all.

Seeing so many fellow conscious people who were willing to throw themselves into this developing call for unity, and who were excited to do so to say the least, reminded me of just how many of us have awakened and just how strong and willing a growing number of us are to be a part of real and solid change.

Concluded in Part 2 tomorrow.

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