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The TETELESTAI (It is finished) email which will contain the first 800#'s will be posted first on a private page and will be sent out to everyone subscribed to the private page's feed.

If you wish to subscribe to the private page's feed, please visit the TETELESTAI page located HERE and access the private page.

If you're having trouble please give me an email at TetelestaiDC@gmail.com

(Note: The TETELESTAI post is the official "Go" for redemption/exchange.)

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"A Mechanic's Guide to the RV" by Fireswan - 6.21.17

Entry Submitted by Fireswan at 3:43 AM EDT on June 21, 2017


Most mechanics I know have a "fixer-uper" lurking somewhere in the recesses of their lives. Hidden away in a driveway or garage somewhere there is a junker in some state of dismantlement.

Restoring the fixer-uper is a labor of love. It requires trust in a vision and some crazy devotion. It requires the ability to see the real beauty hidden behind a layer of rust and grime and missing parts. In some cases, the junker is magically transformed into a beautifully restored, perfectly running vehicle that is proudly driven down Main Street in the Fourth of July parade. Hidden from the perspective of the appreciative crowd are the never-ending series of incrimental baby-steps that were required for the pile of trash to become treasure.

This is the success story.

However, more often than not, the fixer-uper requires more devotion, time and investment than the available time/money/resources/skill allows. It remains a pile of potential in driveway or garage, often sitting there for years, neglected.

This is the failure story.

It seems to me that the main difference between the fixer-uper that remains a junk heap and the one that drives down Main Street is the willingness to put in the effort.

OK. Money and effort.

Better yet. Time, devotion, money and effort.

How does this relate to the RV?

As present or future humanitarians, we are going to be given fixer-upers to work on. We are going to be investing in potentials, giving life to dreams, and offering opportunities to make changes for the better.

How we do with our fixer-upers depends greatly on how well we've done on our first remake/remodel assignment. Ourselves. Why is this? We can only give to another what we given to ourselves, one and equal.

Which drives the next question. What did we do with our time and focus while we waited for the RV? Did we replace our brokenness with better thinking? Did we repair our "issues" with better perspectives? Did we replace our tarnished self-esteem with a shiny coat of new courage and bravery? Did we trim ourselves with new skills and abilities and add another coat of polish? Are we satisfied that we gleam and glow with hard-won inner light? Who will we be when we finally drive down the Main Streets of redeption centers?

If WE not worth time and devotion, but our humanitarian projects are, what do you think will happen?

As humanitarians, I guarantee that allowing any unattended junk heaps to remain inside our hearts and minds will limit our effectiveness. To truly reach the abundant results we desire, we need to have done the necessary inner work to truly share our abundance from our hearts as a source of inspiration and mercy to all that cross our paths. Our internal state transmits/creates/attracts its match in our external lives. We are always looking in the mirror at our past/future selves. How can we expect to be a catalyst for change in another without having first made the matching change within ourselves?

With whatever remaining precious time we have, let us devote it to completing whatever inner repairs that still need to be done. I guarantee we will reap priceless rewards. By getting our inner house in order, we will not attract projects that "never get off the ground", or "take endless amounts of pushing and prodding", or "can't seem to get moving no matter how much time/effort/money we put into them." By rescuing ourselves first, we will not attract people, places and things that want to be rescued instead of empowered.

The success or failure of our humanitarian projects is directly related to who we are within ourselves. Get yourself right with Source/Spirit/God. When 1-800 numbers come out, who are you?

A Junk Heap or A Prized Possession?




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