(Compiled by David Gane: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Translated Versions of this article & document can be found here: http://communityleadersbrief.org/2016/05/05/a-post-event-action-plan/
The following are suggestions based upon the A Plan To Maintain Safety During The Event article by Nova Biscotti (email@example.com) and Event Support Group (ESG) guidelines. Enhance and adapt these action steps according to your community’s needs while adapting to the flow of what is required moment by moment as reality evolves. Be mindful that a calm, loving, & flexible presence will be a major attribute and necessity for a successful implementation of the Plan and of great benefit to serving the needs of your community members.
Immediately After The Event Commences (0-3 Hours In)
Like the cartoon character ‘Popeye’, I am a benevolent curmudgeon. Interestingly, I was unaware of his “spinach-drive” spaceship when I started writing this post (tachyon-based propulsion vs. spinach… hmmm), but could not find any references other than a sentence in the link below:
Despite being animated (or so we’re led to believe! ), he represents the perfect icon for this post. While most of the cartoon episodes are comfortably G-rated, one can easily imagine him reeling off a string of curse words while somehow defying the known laws of physics to once again save the day.
Strength is Popeye’s least interesting quality: he’s short, awkward-looking, uncouth, simultaneously exhibits a ‘take-no-prisoners’ sensibility with a bizarre sense of altruistic chivalry, and (arguably) presents a subtly deep self-awareness with his famous saying…
“I AM what I AM and that’s all that I AM.”
…or one can attribute it to … Read More