The Trusteeship IMID Primary Functions

    • Bespoken Design

      You are the captain of your fate, and the visionary of your project, so you make the decisions. Write your own plan and make use of each of our components as you see fit.

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    • DIY Alternatives

      Because our industry is tragically compromised by expectation, we provide Dedicated Virtual Support you can use whenever you need to. Examples of limitations we've encountered online are also available for your inspection.

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    • Customer Care

      We have a Bill of Rights, and a supportive community with a resource directory, and conflict resolution tools to help you cope with the most difficult challenges.

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    • Latest Technology

      We believe its better to work with a system that hasn't been tested than to continue to work with one that's been tried and failed. Why? Because faith works.

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    • Creativity at its Best

      Most of us have yet to actually put our ideas into practice, or to try out a new design. With archetype development, you can try out your ideas before you wet wire the plan.

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    • Reverse Engineering

      Nature is hard to compete with, so if you're not confident of modern medical technology, please see our Apothecary for natural healing remedies we've cultivated for thousands of years.

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IMID has a life of its own, and is being cultivated not only by what we do, but also by God for our children.

An important friend once told me: "It's a long rode to ho!", and I thought I knew what he meant (It's a long row to hoe.), but what he was referring to was a concept that a Sailor's son might use to describe the difficulty of releasing a deeply rooted restraint, such as pulling an anchor up from the ocean floor - which is what it really means. Though I made my way through ignorance and misunderstanding by trial and error, some of our children are still stuck in the trauma of literal interpretation with nothing but the net to secure them. I believe they'll need more Internet than we have today to keep them safe, so here's one more page.

Developments online do not clarify the ambiguity of spoken word, and if we don't teach an awareness of the diversity of life and language, and how the power of creation is marshalled by its myriad fragmentations into all manor of manifestations, the vulnerability of our own naivety will not let us rest.

We need to share how our lives, and the lives of others, transcend the use of names, labels, and even words to find real meaning. Until we're capable of enlightenment that relies on a deathless state, sacred knowlege buried by the passion play, or the tolerance of religious allegory, we must remain free of judgement.

Later in life, a mentor told me to: "Take the high road." Had I understood the meaning of the first lesson my freind taught, my mentor's admonition would've not only referred to a moral decision, it would also imply that we may need take the 'rode' back up - to heave ho with the anchor back up to the ship from below, befitting of the admonition: "Better that they be sunk to the bottom of the sea, than to lead a child astray". So, because I didn't understand the meaning of the first lesson, the value of the second was partially lost on me, and the admonition to do the right wasn't reinforced by the gallows laughter that was begging to be heard.

We need to pay attention to this environment, and do all we can!

  • We can't always expect others to understand what we mean online, or in the world without strenuous use of language.
  • Teachers use their knowledge and experience to teach what they've learned, but God is the real teacher.
  • The hardships we face, and what others mean to say might not always be clear to us right away.
  • Its okay to make mistakes, but we need to do all we can for ourselves, and others.
Native Dancer
If our own point of view has not been inclusive of others, and our judgment must be mindful of all other perspectives, then we need to field every point of view before coming to any conclusions.
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