(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)
(Italicized text originally found here: http://www.extremelinux.info/stonesoup/stonesoup.html)
Once upon a time, somewhere in post-war Eastern Europe, there was a great famine in which people jealously hoarded whatever food they could find, hiding it even from their friends and neighbors. One day a wandering soldier came into a village and began asking questions as if he planned to stay for the night.
“There’s not a bite to eat in the whole province,” he was told. “Better keep moving on.”
“Oh, I have everything I need,” he said. “In fact, I was thinking of making some stone soup to share with all of you.” He pulled an iron cauldron from his wagon, filled it with water, and built a fire under it. Then, with great ceremony, he drew an ordinary-looking stone from a velvet bag and dropped it into the water.
By now, hearing the rumor of food, most of the villagers … Read More