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Saturday, June 2, 2018

"A Fisherman’s Guide to the RV" by Fireswan - 6.2.18

Entry Submitted by Fireswan at 7:38 PM EDT on June 2, 2018

Recently I was talking about the RV to a humanitarian friend who has Zim. Hanging out in Patti’s Pub as Heis would say, discussing my recent posts and my attracting various sniper hits from Kim Unnecessary.

After a few moments of reverberated disgust, our conversation quickly turned to uplifting topics, the best of which was going over our humanitarian projects (again). His primary project involves creating seminars to raise the consciousness of “normies”. He is going to do this by creating immersive experiences that open participants in new uplifting perspectives for themselves and their communities. As I was listening to him (let’s call him K) map out his ever-evolving vision, I realized something profound. But, but share the profound, let me walk through the back story and what his personal story has to do with IDC and the RV...

K is a fisherman. He’s other things too... father, carpenter, craftsman... but for the purposes of this story, I’ll focus on fisherman.

K enjoys an extremely technical sportsman style of trout fishing in mountain streams. This style uses hand-tied flies made from bits of nature and strands of animal hair carefully and meticulously tied around a hook to look like a local insect. When carefully and precisely cast into a steam eddy, a skilled fly fisherman tugs and pulls on the line so that the fake fly looks like it’s drowning in the water. The idea is that the stream trout will confuse the fake fly with the real thing and accidentaly bite on the hidden hook. The next part is the fisherman reeling in the fighting fish and scooping it up in his net. Pretty cool to watch if you have the patience, and all of us here at patty’s pub now have the patience. Slow moving sports can be fun to watch also...

https://youtu.be/3NLeKgrHNZk



Like the millennial in the video, watching an accomplished fly fisherman in the act of fishing a stream is fascinating. They carefully cast the fly using a sophisticated whip-lash motion into the river eddies in just the right positions and then gently tug and pull on the line to make the fake fly dance in the water just like a real one would. The idea is to fool the fish into biting as if a real fly fell into the river and is fighting for its life.

Reeling in the fish is a patient process of gradually shortening the line until it is within range of the net. After honoring and appreciating the beautiful fish, they’re let go, swimming off unharmed from the experience.

Catch and release

OK, Fireswan... trout fishing can be cool, but what does it have to do with IDC and the RV?

We are these fish.

We have been hooked and are being allowed to swim with or against the divine tugs and pulls on our heart-strings. As we resist-surrender-resist-surrender, the Divine Fisherman keeps reeling us in until we are eventually close enough to the Divine Net to be scooped up for our redemption appointments. Having been here through thick-and-thin, navigating through the various streams of consciousness on IDC has made us beautiful to behold.

Us simple fish.

And what happens after we are caught-and-released? We become shiny examples of beauty and grace that will quietly inspire others... hidden as we are in plain sight.

The journey has made us beautiful.

K “knows something”, as we all do, that the “normies” don’t yet know. Those who we will be serving have not been hooked by the RV process. They won’t know anything about it. They haven’t swam in these waters, have not rested in the pools and swam through the rapids here on IDC. What will we be able to share with them as we start fishing in our projects, recruiting talent, teaching discernment, testing waters, hooking humanitarians?

I have been thinking deeply about how to do the equivalent of a fly fisherman tying flies that look like what normies are used to. They bite. We reel them in. Then in the net, they have a chance to encounter a new perspective, to have a change of heart, change of mind. Then, we let them go, release them back into the streams of their lives. Can we be gracious and appreciative? Seeing the beauty of these souls who grace our paths?

Thank you K for the fishing lesson. You remind me of another carpenter/fisherman, not saying names of course...

Forward not Backwards

Fireswan

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