Why I Am Here – Epilogue

I wasn’t sure how to title this last article in the series. It is the summary, conclusion or afterword. If you’ve got this far, thank you for reading 🙂

I hope I have conveyed a sense of why I am here and why I’m committed to the work that I do. It is written with the intention of sharing what I’ve learned in the hope that others may be able to take something useful from it.

Love makes everything possible – that’s why I am here!

If others ask themselves, why am I here, my work will become much easier but that’s not the point. Pursuing answers to that question will accelerate the shift in human perception that is visibly already underway. Distributed, autonomous, self-organising groups are emerging globally to displace centralised structures that we have relied on hitherto for our survival.

These articles are deliberately short(ish) because I’ve tried to avoid TLDR (too long didn’t read). I also wanted to avoid being overly prescriptive. There is much that I don’t know.

I grew up with Monty Python and many other purveyors of humour that remain with me today. When thinking about writing this series, I was reminded by Maggie of the line from The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams. The dolphins tried to warn us of our impending doom but we thought they were just making amusing noises and doing clever tricks. As they left planet Earth, they left a note, “so long, and thanks for all the fish“. I’m neither as amusing nor clever as the dolphins but perhaps I’ve managed to communicate in a way that a growing number will understand.

There is much more that I could write about my personal journey through the wonders of co-creative development and the growing network of wonderful people I encounter daily who “get it”, our lived reality. I regard them as soulmates.

Furthermore, I sense the growing love of universal consciousness as we move from one cycle to the next which promises to be a great improvement on the Kali Yuga or age of Pisces that we are leaving.

Finally, I should particularly acknowledge those who’ve been integral to my journey of discovery from the early days of Occupy and Critical Thinking, through the growing number of groups, sources and conversations that I’ve encountered along the way. It is impossible to name/list them all. Some of you will know who you are and I thank you. Many will probably remain unaware of the impact and value they’ve brought to my life and the Work but I thank them anyway.

Do I have doubts and uncertainty? Yes, from time to time. Although I do not subscribe to any religious doctrine or dogma, there are threads of truth within them that are useful. In times of doubt or fear, I remind myself of this extract from the 23rd Psalm: Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil… but I accept that sh*t happens and I could fall victim to the unexpected 🙂