Question: If the group is dealing with several projects simultaneously there may be arguments, resentment, and competition among the friends.
Answer: This is natural. The same thing happens here. Sometimes we have to postpone and even cancel a certain project and work on another instead.
There is nothing we can do about it. We are living in a rapidly changing world. Some of our projects take a long time to process and often we cannot complete them the way they should be done. Suddenly something urgent comes up and then we have to leave what we were working on for a month or two or look for people who can finish the project or support it until we can get back to it.
In such a small family that is growing so fast there are always different problems that need to be resolved. Don’t think that there will be an end to this. There will be more and more problems and the intensity of our work will grow accordingly. We have to quickly build up our experience in working externally with the wider circles of society.
We mustn’t forget that all of this is important for the group to grow stronger and to constantly advance towards stronger internal unity. Tension in the unity is an indicator that we are on the right track, because as soon as we reach a clear and evident unity, we will discover the Creator in it.
From a Talk About the Dissemination 10/17/13