The Engine of Fulfillment

Dear friends,

First of all, thank you to everyone for your support during the month of July, including the responses to the last update letter.  Most all of the obligations due by July 20th were met on time, and for this there was much gratitude.

We are now at the 1st of the new month with approximately $300 in the bank account, $2,800 still unpaid for the month of July, and approximately $2000 due during the first week of August.

I note that contributions are being made by a number of you which reflect more conscientious expressions of gratitude, and this, of course, invigorates the movement of this work — not the money part of it, but the living love, expressed, which gives rise to, among other things, the financial support.  I want everyone to know that there is no contribution that is too small, or not worth making.  Love acted upon — expressed — is felt, and is the engine of fulfillment!

As always, the need is immediate, since the need is never publicized until the balance in the Foundation’s bank account reaches approximately $300.

Your attention to this is greatly appreciated.

Rajpur
Kingston, Washington
August 2nd, 2013

 

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IN ORDER TO SUPPORT OUR ACTIVITIES
SECURE ONLINE CONTRIBUTIONS CAN BE MADE
BY CLICKING ON THIS BUTTON

PLEASE NOTE
WHEN YOU ENTER THE AMOUNT,
DO NOT PLACE A DOLLAR SIGN ($) IN THE BOX.
DOING SO WILL INTERFERE WITH
THE PROCESSING OF YOUR GIFT

If you have any reluctance about making online contributions
or would like to set up automatic monthly contributions
please call Paul at

360-638-0530

any time between noon and midnight Pacific Daylight Time
and he will process your contribution directly.

Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover are accepted.

Contributions made through PayPal should be made to

paul@nwffacim.org

PayPal is set up to deposit these contributions
directly into the Foundation’s account.

Contributions can also be mailed directly to:

NWFFACIM
P.O. Box 1490
Kingston, WA 98346-1490
USA

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2 Responses to The Engine of Fulfillment

  1. Elimar says:

    Well, it is all much better said as I could ever hope to express it by Rob.
    Two things I would like to add.
    First, it made me feel good, that any amount would help, and so I was not ashamed to give just a little in comparison to the big numbers which are needed.
    Secondly I have to forgive myself about having sometimes feelings of anger and getting annoyed by the repetitiveness of this asking for money. I just have to.
    Thank you for everyone who held this lighthouse up and running over so many years,
    Elimar

  2. Responses indicate (partially for sure) your understanding of the Course. These “misunderstandings” began immediately and continue. Details of them are irrelevant; they
    repeatedly constitute mis-interpretations of what giving represents. Giving is the mental “glue”
    that joins your “feeling of true Brotherhood” to your unknown neighbor whose intent matches
    yours. Waxing and waning are characteristics of things——Form. Your dedication can wax and
    wane according to you income but to have it do so because of your dedication needs attention!
    We have had enough division and that can be solved here by a regular monthly contribution
    that can vary somewhat but must BE THERE. I love you all for your far seeing idealism and you
    must realize that its motive force in the NOW must show up in some fashion regularly to solidly
    provide a “living and active base for the love to flow in completion from the direct source of Raj the Tuttle Family —— WHICH IS TRULY US. Please make an internal mental pledge and keep it for all of us.
    Rob

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