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|People taught imperfectly still cure things!
Teach total strangers in public -- you'll be making a statement. In New York you might set up with the anti-war protesters in front of St. Pat's cathedral or by the fountain in Washington Square; In L.A., at the Santa Monica farmer's market.
Teach immunics in a busy public place. Find a place you can go any day.
Be in the street for a reason: to get on local TV
Remember, more important than teaching how to cure is creating activists.
When you teach, teach responsibility. Responsibility, not technique, cures.
Change the TALLY whenever a new one comes out, so you have the latest number of cures.
It's fine to just cross out the old tally by hand and write in the new one. Passersby will get to know you, and glance at the sign to watch the tally climb.
Your handout is a simple set of instructions.
Being a carnival barker does help. You want to gather a crowd for the beginning of your class.
Being there is the global action.
Ask the people in your class to join you, to stick around now, and to ask for petition signatures
It's become obvious to me from my experience with all of you over the last year or so that the most fun way to teach immunics is on a busy street corner. You don't need permission or a license, because you're a religion and you have a right to be there. The nicest thing is that you don't have to teach at all -- you can just hang out and let people see the Cure Tally on your sign.
The tally is what makes the cures happen.
When people see other people curing things, they do, too. Monkey see, monkey do.
The more times you go to the same spot, the more likely it is that people will cure things, because they'll see the tally change every week.
You have our permission to do it imperfectly.
People will get good at it whether you're good at teaching it or not -- God does it with them, not you, anyway.
That's the idea -- bring it out to the public. You don't need too much skill as a teacher to do that -- just a willingness to be there.
And that's the global action. Being there.
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