July 9th, 2018
Last night I find myself within a community of people. My mom is there in a wheel chair. She wants so sleep outside in her wheel chair where she can enjoy the fresh air. I’m concerned about being outside and not in her designated home but I want to do what I can do grant her her desire. I decide to secure the perimeter and do what I can to make the neighborhood a safe place. I don’t know where the courage is going to come from to police or enforce my objective. I tell people who are resistant to my idea. I am somehow forcing them to adopt my solution and submit to a secure zone. I come up with an idea to make the proposition mutually beneficial. The more I give the more I receive. I demonstrate how it works in building a better place and the small amount of effort that is magnified if everyone is moving toward a common goal by doing what we enjoy doing as long as what we do also have a benefit to a greater and shared goal we all win. After seeing the benefits for themselves they are eager to participate.
I now see the ladies in their front yards. Their beautiful golden hair is braided and the sunlight reflecting off their locks reflects pastel colors of the rainbow. I am pleasantly surprised another added benefit.