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OMW - Mar 16, 2013 - Personal Probabilities

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OMW - Mar 16, 2013 - Personal Probabilities

 

Channel: Troy Tolley

 

[MEntity] Hello to each of you. We are here, now. We can begin our exchange with you on the subject of probabilities.

 

[MEntity] We cannot and do not predict, not simply for ethical reasons, but for practical reasons, as well.

 

[MEntity] The assessment of probabilities, however, is happening all of the time, not simply by Essence, but by Personality, on a regular basis.

 

[MEntity] It does not require math, though mathematical equations can help one to see the probabilities as they stand in the most empirical of terms.

 

[MEntity] The greatest factor for derailing the math of probabilities is CHOICE.

 

[MEntity] It is easy to calculate the probabilities of weather, for example, because it is a momentum of force that has empirical data with which to calculate those probabibilities.

 

[MEntity] It is easy to calculate the fall of a die because it has six sides and a set amount of possible outcomes.

 

[MEntity] Imagine the calculation that must not only account for the set, possible outcomes of a die, but must factor in the choice of someone changing that with the flick of a finger. A 6 side of the die can be calculated as having 1/6 of a chance to show up, but how to account for someone then turning it to another side?

 

[MEntity] There would, in fact, be a way to calculate even this, but then let us add the possibility that someone might take the die altogether, or replace it with a 16-sided die, or smash it, or hit you in the eye with it.

 

[MEntity] It will never change the fact that the die would still have only 1/6th of a chance for a 6 to land face-up, but that fact become moot if it is doing so in your eye.

 

[MEntity] If using math to calculate probabilities, one must always factor in CHOICE, which often makes the calculations, then, moot.

 

[MEntity] Despite this, all of you are calculating/intuiting probabilities on a regular basis for your choices, and calibrating those along the way to outcomes.

 

[MEntity] "What is the probability of my having coffee this morning?" may seem nearly 100% if one does so regularly, but if one factor is out of the equation, it can throw off that number, and if you choose NOT to have coffee, then all of the probability for having it then becomes moot.

 

[MEntity] For example:

 

[MEntity] If all of the factors are in place that would make the probability for having coffee nearly 100% for you, but your choice is NOT to have coffee, then if none of the factors are in place for having coffee, rendering it nearly 10% chance, your choice can override those probabilities and you may still have your coffee.

 

[MEntity] We point this out because probabilities can most often, in the case of individual choice, only reveal to you how much work you would have to do in the process of fulfilling your intent, or having a desired outcome.

 

[MEntity] If you have no ingredients in the home for having your coffee, then you can go out and get them, or you can go have someone else make your coffee and pay for it, or you can borrow from a neighbor, etc. The only way that you would not get coffee if you wanted coffee is if you choose not to do the work of getting coffee, or if there was no more hot water or coffee on the planet.

 

[GeraldineB] OH NOES! NO Coffee?

 

[Maureen] I use cold water now. 🙂

 

[Janet] Fixing French Roast now...

 

[MEntity] We knew the probabilities of this example would be relevant.

 

[MEntity] Calculating probabilities for desired outcomes and fulfillment of intentions becomes even more complex as those move into territory that must factor in the choices of others.

 

[MEntity] When a single choice of the individual can render calculations moot, then the collective choices of a group can wreak havoc on assessments.

 

[MEntity] If one is a bad singer, but wants to become a rock star, one can only go so far in that process without the impact of other choices making or breaking that fulfillment of intention or desired outcome.

 

[MEntity] For purposes of assessing your probabilities, then, the first thing must be to remember that you have the most control over only the fulfillment of intentions, but rarely over the desired outcome.

 

[MEntity] You can fulfill the intention to have that coffee against all odds, but it may not be a good cup of coffee, because there are other factors involved that contribute to the quality of that coffee, and you have very little control over any of that.

 

[MEntity] For purposes of choice, then, it will help all of you to shift your thinking toward FULFILLMENT OF INTENTION, over DESIRED OUTCOME.

 

[MEntity] So your next most important consideration then is to ask if you CAN fulfill that intention.

 

[MEntity] In most cases, this answer would be YES, even against the greatest of odds.

 

[MEntity] Legless people are winning Olympic races. Armless people are painting works of art and driving cars. Paraplegics are genius scientists and inventors.

 

[MEntity] Bad singers are rock stars.

 

[Maureen] LOL - yes!

 

[MEntity] The question of whether one CAN bring fulfillment of intention is almost always a YES.

 

[MEntity] When one realizes this, it can shift the capacity for choice to a new level of enthusiasm and possibility.

 

[MEntity] Leave the Desired Outcome to be determined, but focus on your Fulfillment of Intention.

 

[MEntity] In many cases where the fulfillment of intention is in place, the original desired outcome comes to be fairly moot as a goal over fulfilling the intention.

 

[MEntity] The probabilities for Fulfillment of Intention are then met with the next filter: WANT/WILL.

 

[MEntity] You CAN Fulfill the Intention, but WILL you?

 

[MEntity] It is not enough that one CAN.

 

[MEntity] One must do the work of Will.

 

[MEntity] Not only must this Will be considered at the outset of Fulfilling an Intention, but it must be recalibrated and revisited all along the way to that fulfillment.

 

[MEntity] If your Will is diminished, then your probabilities for Fulfillment diminish.

 

[MEntity] If you Want is diminished, then your probabilities for Fulfillment diminish.

 

[MEntity] To recap - calculating probabilities begins with: 1) aim for fulfillment of intention over desired outcomes; 2) assess whether you CAN fulfill the intention; 3) assess your Will for fulfilling the intention.

 

[MEntity] Before we continue, we invite your questions here, and feedback.

 

COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS

 

[Bobby] Will you be covering later how these Nexus points affect these probabilities? You don't have to now.

 

[Janet] Are you saying that Desired Outcome becomes less important to us when we Fulfill Intentions? Often I think we have intentions because of the desired outcome.

 

[MEntity] If that is of interest; though it would be the other way around: probabilities generate Nexus; Nexus do not generate probabilities.

 

[MEntity] By the time a Nexus is generated, the probabilities have been fairly set.

 

[MEntity] Janet, Desired Outcome can be considered a guide, whereas Fulfillment of Intention is a process. Focusing on the process is always preferred over the end result, not because the end result is not important, but because the ingredients that go into an end result are far more important than not.

 

[Janet] Yes, I see that.

 

[MEntity] For example, one might have the intent to write a book, and for the desired outcome to be that it is a best seller.

 

[MEntity] One will not have much control over whether it is a best seller, but if the content of that book was cared for in the process of fulfilling the intention, the probabilities for the desired outcome rise exponentially on their own.

 

[Janet] LOL. If I had the intent to write a book, the desired outcome would be simply to complete it. But I certainly see how fulfillment of intention is still required.

 

[MEntity] "Getting Rich" can be a Desired Outcome, but the process by which someone gets rich is far more important.

 

[MEntity] Janet, because you would have control over whether that book was finished, or not, then it would remain well within the realm of Fulfillment of Intention, not Desired Outcome.

 

[Janet] Yes. I see. Thank you.

 

[MEntity] These can be the same things IF you have control over that end result.

 

[MEntity] One can have a great work ethic, but not be recognized for it. Fulfillment of Intention is the ethics, but one may not be able to control the recognition for it.

 

[MEntity] The older the soul, the more that the Fulfillment of Intention comes to be the priority. The younger the soul, the more important the Desired Outcome.

 

[MEntity] Based on what we have shared so far, can any of you consider a question of probabilities that can now be helped by the factors discussed?

 

[MEntity] How much of your assessment can be answered by whether you CAN and WILL?

 

[Janet] In some cases I think the issue is setting the intention. But I know a lot of my intentions are affected by WILL rather than CAN.

 

[MEntity] Janet, it is true that one's Intentions must be clarified. That is a presupposition of calculating probabilities.

 

[MEntity] One's intentions need not be completely fleshed out, because it is more important to have room for adaptability and flexibility, but there would need to be clarity, at least.

 

[MEntity] Clarity of Intention can come from answering your questions of WHY, first, then HOW.

 

[MEntity] WHY do I want to write a book?

 

[MEntity] HOW do I write a book?

 

[MEntity] Not only will these help clarify the intention for writing a book, but will help in the questions of CAN and WILL.

 

[GeraldineB] WILL can also be affected by a belief in can or can't

 

[Bobby] I can see that my WILL sometimes get hijacked by the negative pole of my Attitude

 

[MEntity] Bobby, probabilities as affected by WILL are drastically affected by whether one is in the Positive or Negative Poles of one's Overleaves.

 

[MEntity] If one is having trouble sustaining Will, it can often be a matter of attention to Overleaves for return to Will.

 

[Maureen] This reminds me a lot of how we learn to refine questions that lead us to our "answers" Michael.

 

[Maureen] Me too Bobby -- I can easily fall into Supposition or second-guessing

 

[GeraldineB] are you sure that's not CFs?

 

[Bobby] once the Attitude negative pole kicks in, it will be CF related

 

[Bobby] "Oh God... I'm going to fail!"

 

[Maureen] Oh my God -- there are too many potential answers!!!

 

[Maureen] How can I choose just one?

 

[MEntity] To respond to some of these comments and questions:

 

[Maureen] Geraldine -- that's when I flip over to Discrimination I think.

 

[MEntity] Geraldine, Chief Negative Features are a description of habits used when in the Negative Poles, but are not forces unto themselves. Chief Negative Features are more like the odor caused by a certain combination, rather than a combination caused by an odor.

 

[MEntity] Positive and Negative Poles of the Personality are like the difference between Roses and Sulphur.

 

[MEntity] It could be said that True Personality describes the strength of aroma of Roses (or other pleasant aroma of choice) while False Personality describes the extent of the odor of Sulphur, but neither True Personality, False Personality, or Chief Feature are forces unto themselves, but the result of other forces.

 

[Maureen] That's an interesting choice of smells. I've smelled both around people (intuitively).

 

[MEntity] Those scents were chosen with intent as they do continue beyond the Physical. This is part of why these smells come in association with apparitions.

 

[MEntity] It is a translation of energy that is different from the physical process of smelling, but because the Instinctive Center is so directly resonant to smell, it is a "sense" that continues well into the Causal Plane.

 

[MEntity] It is also behind the depictions of "Hell" and "Demons," as associated with Sulphurs.

 

INDIVIDUAL ASSESSMENTS

 

[MEntity] We now invite each of you to bring forth your assessment of probabilities for fulfillment of an intention, if you choose to do so.

 

[MEntity] Name your Intention, ask if you CAN, and assess your Will.

 

[Bobby] you want us to type it out?

 

[MEntity] We invite you to do so, but it is not necessary. Sharing your assessment is helpful for the workshop context, but it is your choice as to whether to contribute to that, or not.

 

[MEntity] The point would be for you to practice an assessment and for us to offer insight into your process, whether shared in detail here, or not.

 

GERALDINE:

 

[GeraldineB] I'm still battling my issue of quitting smoking -- somehow I simply cannot focus very long on intention. Maybe, I feel that I "can't" or maybe I simply don't WANT to -- but it is essential that I do so as the alternative is being forced to move

 

[MEntity] The key here for you to to note what it is that is wanted MORE. It is true that you do not WANT to stop smoking. This will undermine your potential for fulfillment to stop smoking. However, you very much WANT to stay in your home, and this is the priority. Therefore, aligning your Fulfillment of Intention to be about staying in your home, instead of stopping smoking, then the Will

 

[MEntity] can tend to remain sustained.

 

[MEntity] Stopping Smoking is the WHY and HOW.

 

[MEntity] I want to stay in my home. Why is that threatened? Because of smoking. How can I stay in my home? Stop Smoking.

 

[GeraldineB] thank you -- that makes total sense -- different perspective

 

[MEntity] This may not make the addiction any easier to overcome in physical/psychological terms, but it can help to sustain the will to do so.

 

[MEntity] And that is half of the battle.

 

[GeraldineB] Yes, it is

 

[MEntity] Your questions, then, to help sustain your will toward fulfillment of intention is "Do I want to stay in my home?" not "Do I really want just one more smoke?"

 

[GeraldineB] put it in the barest of essential terms -- the reality of it

 

CLAIRE:

 

[ClaireC] I intend to reverse my Chronic Fatigue. I believe I can and I certainly have the Will to do so. I'm having difficulty finding the "key" for me.

 

[MEntity] The "key" to your fulfillment of intention is through the consideration that Chronic Fatigue is a Syndrome, not any specific thing. This means that your reversal of it must address all of the parts that create the syndrome. Understanding what those parts are can help you to take on each, assessing as you go, rather than overwhelming yourself with an all or nothing assessment.

 

[MEntity] In most cases of Chronic Fatigue, the facets that contribute to the whole are these:

 

[MEntity] (1) Unresolved Conflicts within the self between the emotional and intellectual centers, generating worry/anxiety loops, or sadness/depression loops.

 

[MEntity] (2) Unexpressed Emotions, or ignoring/rejecting Inspiration.

 

[ClaireC] I can't seem to even identify my Unresolved Conflicts and Unexpressed Emotions or recognizing Inspiration anymore.

 

[MEntity] (3) Passive Acceptance of Stressors, or forces in the environment that cause stress that you presume must be accepted.

 

[MEntity] (4) Ignored or Unmet Needs, which can often have been eclipsed or replaced by Cravings.

 

[MEntity] (5) The rejection of one's part in the equation of pleasure, joy, and excitement.

 

[MEntity] (6) And a loss of balance between responsibilities vs pleasures.

 

[MEntity] If responsibilities have taken the lead, they can become obligations at the expense of pleasures. If pleasures have taken the lead, it can be addictions at the expense of responsibilities.

 

[ClaireC] Okay, I'm starting to get this part.

 

[MEntity] Claire, that is our point. The reversal of Chronic Fatigue is a Desired Outcome, and that is a lot to manage in terms of constant assessment of probabilities. However, breaking down this syndrome into parts, one can then choose which to address as a Fulfillment of Intention far more precisely and effectively.

 

[MEntity] And then move to the next.

 

[MEntity] Not only would this bring about a greater sense of accomplishment to feed the Will, but it would begin to break down the syndrome, naturally.

 

[ClaireC] Okay, thank you, Michael, I'll break it down into smaller parts.

 

[MEntity] If there are areas that are unclear, then the fulfillment of intention would shift away from "resolve these conflicts," to being something more effective, such as "determine what is in conflict."

 

[MEntity] And then build on that.

 

[ClaireC] Yes, that seems more manageable to me.

 

[MEntity] Let the Desired Outcome generate from those parts. Let your aim be something far more accessible to you.

 

[ClaireC] Is it not necessary then to resolve all the conflicts?

 

[MEntity] In the long run, yes, but knowing what they are can help you tremendously and immediately because then your capacity for choice is reinstilled.

 

[MEntity] It is when you have resigned from the use of choice that your conflicts continue to weigh you down and exhaust you.

 

[ClaireC] Yes, I can see that's been the case for quite some time.

 

[MEntity] You may discover the specifics of an internal conflict, but not be able to resolve that right away. However, you can then make a choice based on how that conflict is playing out, instead of the conflict determining how things play out.

 

[ClaireC] You once told me that deciding not to choose is also a choice. How does that apply here?

 

[MEntity] For example: you may have an internal conflict regarding "doing what is expected of me" vs "doing something different." Knowing this is an internal conflict will immediately help relieve a great deal of the pressure, but even if you choose to "do what is expected of me," you will know it is your choice, not a default power over you. This begins a healing that can, eventually, bring

 

[MEntity] the power to choose otherwise.

 

[ClaireC] I like that.

 

[MEntity] In the case of "doing what is expected of me," vs "doing something different," then even the choice not to do something is "something different."

 

[MEntity] These quick responses in this format cannot help bring the entire syndrome into perspective, but it is a start.

 

BOBBY:

 

[Bobby] My intention is to be able to produce an income working from home. I should be able to do this but I experience little setbacks that drive me into a tailspin of sorts which of course affects my will to continue with a project.

 

[MEntity] your key is in recognizing that your pursuit of work is not just about having an income, but about earning or deserving respect, power, and value.

 

[Bobby] and wanting the challenge...

 

[MEntity] This is part of why you go into a "tail spin" because it far more than income on the line, and it is personal.

 

[MEntity] Part of what defines a Warrior is that there is ALWAYS a challenge. They are rarely without challenge, so while the source of income may be partially motivated by challenge, it is trumped by the concerns for respect, power, and value. Challenge comes easily, the latter do not seem so readily available.

 

[MEntity] This honesty can help you toward the fulfillment of your intention.

 

[MEntity] The Desired Outcome is that you are hired, or that people will pay you, and this is not an easy thing to control, which is why it must be considered a Desired Outcome. To bring you into a state that helps alleviate "tail spins," you would want to focus more on the Fulfillment of Intention.

 

[MEntity] Respect, Value, and Power, when presumed to be in the hands of others, can fall into Desired Outcome territory. But when these are generated from within as Self-Respect, Meaning, and Confidence, then you are getting somewhere.

 

[MEntity] Your pursuit is no longer hinging or dependent upon anyone else, but is a part of your challenges of self-respect, meaning, and confidence. If something comes up as an obstacle, detour, delay, or disappointment, YOU decide what that means, YOU recognize your efforts, YOU know you can continue on.

 

[MEntity] This is not a prescription for securing a job, but a consideration for helping you to sustain your will as you pursue this.

 

[MEntity] Keeping yourself out of a "tail spin" is key here, and this is one way to help transform those moments.

 

[Bobby] parallels WILL be generated as I work to accomplish this 🙂

 

[MEntity] Transforming those moments adds up just as effectively as allowing a cumulation of tail spins.

 

MAUREEN:

 

[Maureen] I'm finding in really hard these days to even HAVE an Intention. This is really strange for me.

 

[MEntity] The key here for you is to understand that a part of you is inviting you to be defined outside of constant intention. You always have intentions. You fulfill many, and leave many unfilled. You enjoy them and live by them. It is not a resignation from participation in life, nor is it a sign of something negative when one realizes the eagerness of intention has waned. It is called Rest.

 

[MEntity] And in that light, you are finally fulfilling a greater intention.

 

[MEntity] To Rest.

 

[MEntity] By "rest," we mean that one is standing in the center of the life, the eye of the life, not hanging on and tending to the forces at the edge.

 

[MEntity] Those moments can be rare. They can be disconcerting. And they can be profoundly rejuvenating. You are not "done." You are resting. You intended this, and you are fulfilling it.

 

[MEntity] This tends to come before one launches back out to the "edge" for a great spin in the life, if you will, and then that calmness and rest will tend to come to be appreciated.

 

[MEntity] This is an important part of a life: to recognize when an intention has been fulfilled.

 

[Maureen] OK

 

[MEntity] Often, one will aim with an intention, only to forget his reasons for doing so once the intention is fulfilled. This can often be interpreted as boredom, disconnection, and disorientation.

 

[MEntity] For example: I wish I had more time! So the time shows up, and then you forget what you were going to do with that time.

 

[MEntity] If there was ever a point where you asked yourself for a break, for a chance to catch your breath, for a chance to simply BE, then you are not recognizing right now that you are in that fulfillment of intention.

 

[Maureen] so that is what this is -- interesting

 

[MEntity] Recognizing that can then help you to make your choices far more effectively and be more fulfilling while in that space and time. "Oh, wow. So, I can just rest? Or do anything? Or meditate? Or explore? Or study this? Or not do anything?"

 

[MEntity] What is it like to simply choose what to do, rather than to do what is part of a process of intention toward a desired outcome?

 

[MEntity] Your intentions will return. We do not predict this. We know it. That is the way.

 

[Maureen1] Yes -- I feel bereft of Intentions 🙂

 

[MEntity] Enjoy the respite. If you choose. Intentions are never gone, but the more obvious forms of these will return soon enough.

 

[Maureen1] Thanks Michael -- this was most insightful

 

LIISA:

 

[Liisa] My intentions would have to do with relationships. Many intentions here, starting from having more stable relationships to finding new ones. I see that I have often just thought I CAN'T.

 

[MEntity] The inclusion of others as part of the equation of probabilities will always mean considering it a Desired Outcome. You do not have control over how others will relate to you, or their availablity, or their intentions, so the focus on relationships must shift toward concern for only your part.

 

[MEntity] Everything you would wish as a desired outcome in a relationship can be translated into a process of fulfillment within yourself. This does wonders for raising your own magnetism, availability, and presence.

 

[MEntity] Let yourself recognize and build a stable relationship within. By this we mean liking being alone. Embracing your own presence as meaningful. Treating yourself in ways you would want to treat others, or be treated by others. Take yourself to the movies (and enjoy it). Cook yourself a meal (and be nice to yourself during the experience). Dance with yourself, and laugh.

 

[MEntity] This will not replace the necessity or aim for resonance with others, but it can clarify your relationship between the internal and external selves so that others can find you, be with you, and see you.

 

[Liisa] hmm, yes, I often just wish I could do those things with someone else, although I don't mind being alone at times.

 

[MEntity] This clarity can also help you to relieve others of proving themselves, of fulfilling demands of expectation that you have the capacity to fulfill on your own.

 

[Liisa] I know I hide a lot

 

[Liisa] true

 

[MEntity] Liisa, you just revealed your key intention.

 

[Liisa] what's that?

 

[MEntity] While you can hold variations of intention regarding relationships and your pursuit of them, the priority for clarity could be the fulfillment of the intention to be Revelating.

 

[MEntity] This is the opposite of Hiding.

 

[MEntity] Intend to be vulnerable, to reveal yourself, to speak up when you would rather not, to laugh when you would normally stifle it, to smile when you would otherwise diminish your impulses.

 

[Liisa] yes

 

[MEntity] Another way to describe your intent is to be Free.

 

[Liisa] sounds right

 

[MEntity] If you fulfill the intention to be freer, the relationships within would grow, and reflect in your external relationships.

 

[Liisa] why do I not consider myself free?

 

[MEntity] We do not know.

 

[Liisa] Ha!


[Liisa] Well that's something to ponder.

 

[MEntity] You do not think in those terms so much as you do in terms of self-protection.

 

[MEntity] It is often considered to be freer in safety than in vulnerability. When your expansion of freedom can include vulnerability, you are freer.

 

[MEntity] Freedom is terrifying.

 

[Liisa] I see

 

[MEntity] It is a vulnerability, not only to the choices of others, but to your own choices.

 

[MEntity] Expanding on your capacity to choose is an expansion of your freedoms.

 

[MEntity] To help you in your fulfillment of the intention to be freer, bring this question with you: Do I Really Need Protection Right Now?

 

[MEntity] If the answer is no, or I do not know, then make the more vulnerable choice, expression, decision, etc.

 

[MEntity] This will build those relationships within in ways that will encompass your external relationships and attract more.

 

JANET:

 

[Janet] I will be eligible for early retirement in 3 years. I have placed the date in an app to gaze at now and then, so I have an intent to retire -- from my current job at least -- at that time. My 'Why' is still muddled. I'm pretty sure I CAN do this. My WILL probably isn't strong enough until I flesh out my WHY and HOW.

 

[MEntity] It is true that you can retire, and likely on schedule, but your apparent evasion of the "why" is an apparent evasion of the truth that you "deserve" it, that you earned that right of choice. It is that simple. It is not owed to you. It is not an entitlement. It is simply something you will have earned, and it is okay to own that intention.

 

[Janet] I may also be unsure of what comes after. Though I have the habit of allowing what comes after to just fall into place.

 

[MEntity] This is by your own right, not because we see that you earned it, or that you deserve it, but that by your own terms, this is true.

 

[MEntity] That was said only to point out that we are not invested in your choice one way or the other, not that we have an opinion of your deserving or earning.

 

[Janet] I see that

 

[MEntity] The uncertainty appears to be exciting to you, a clearing of a canvas, not an obstacle.

 

[Janet] You're right, of course.

 

[MEntity] Sometimes the clarity of intention is enough that it is simply "because I CAN."

 

[Janet] And so I WILL.

 

[Janet] Thank you. I think that's all I needed to enforce what I want.

 

TROY:

 

[GeraldineB] Michael -- I'd like to insert something on behalf of Troy. Out of all of the possible intentions he might have, I will just go with an oft-stated one: "How do I create an intention that will help to keep the various parts of my life operating in a timely fashion?"

 

[MEntity] In much the same way that your emphasis would shift from stopping smoking to securing your home, Troy would shift from "stopping/fighting procrastination" to "truly helping people." His self-protection from disappointing people keeps him locked in a loop of idealism and reparations, but when self-protection loses the emphasis for fulfillment, and a return to "truly helping people" is embraced, the productivity is prolific.

 

[GeraldineB] ahhhh

 

[Maureen1] I love that!! That feels so right. 🙂

 

[MEntity] It is often lost on him that any help is gained by any work with us, or it is ignored and diminished for fear of the responsibilities that come along with that recognition. However, replacing that with idealism and reparations then allows for the poor substitute to be received. In other words, he can accept appreciation for finally delivering, but not for the impact of the work, itself.

 

[GeraldineB] this really makes sense

 

[MEntity] The key here is in "truly helping people," and how that manifests: either by fulfilling delivery, or by owning the responsibility of the work.

 

[MEntity] We are working with him on this, along with many of you.

 

[GeraldineB] I will accept any suggestions from you on how I might change whatever I'm doing, too

 

[GeraldineB] I may be simply rubbing him the wrong way

 

[MEntity] A tape remains in place from childhood that tells him none of him matters. It is weak and faint, but there. It is getting harder to ignore that he matters.

 

[GeraldineB] ooh ok

 

[MEntity] We must conclude here. He is not amused. Good day to each of you. Goodbye.

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