This morning, during the overture, you will have witnessed something remarkable.
If you were aware of that remarkableness, that is a sign of your enlightenment.
An overture is both an introduction and an invitation. It invites you to listen further, and to respond at the appropriate time. A director of enlightenment will do the same.
At the end of this morning's session of this two-part seminar, you were invited to take a digital tour of this ethereal theatre. Was there anything remarkable about that?
You probably also had time for something to eat. No-one here is expected to rush around, or to dawdle, or to starve. This is a location of moderation.
All directors of enlightenment acknowledge that they themselves, even with a large supporting and supportive ensemble, will never achieve their chosen ends in a linear way. There is always something cyclical about enlightenment. But there is never anything cynical about it.
A worthwhile project involves working towards an enlightened end result. Deciding whether something is worthwhile is the job of a director of enlightenment.
What was most worthwhile to you during this morning's session, and why?
What do you believe you will be able to achieve as a consequence of that experience?
Was anything you experienced remarkable?
What is remarkable is that so few persons attended the seminar session this morning. And only a small percentage of those persons returned here this afternoon. You, dear audience member, may be the only one here with a debt to repay.