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Ranma Tardis
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Post by Ranma Tardis »

Just put another months rent into the box, I do not like the ideal of giving up on Monastery or CDS. Any thoughts?

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Ranma, we will find a solution if you put the burden down and reduce to a smaller parcel. It would be nice to know you are around, but we will always be friends, no matter what you do. This is about persons, not money.
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Post by Emilia Avindar »

I think we love the Monastery as much as anybody. I don't feel I've gotten to know you, Ramma, but I admire you for saving the Monastery for so long. Could you set up a Committee, or Fund or even Land Group for me and others to join and contribute to its preservation?

Please remain a neighbor and Citizen, regardless.

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Post by Sylvia Tamalyn »

The easiest way to help would be to drop money in a donation box (or just send it directly to Ranma).

Ranma, if you don't have a donation box and would like one, let me know. I'd be happy to make one for you.

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There is a donation box in Monastery already. There is also a link to Arria's blog with the last post from 2013 there https://ammonastery.wordpress.com/. Perhaps a review of the signs and updating of things like that would be helpful?

At any rate, I do agree with Tan in that whatever you decide to do, Ranma, you've done your share with Monastery and not to feel bad if you can't continue with it. Just make sure you stay a citizen as that is valuable too for all of us in the CDS. The community will figure out what to do.

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Post by Sylvia Tamalyn »

Ah, I assumed no box since Emilia was asking about groups, etc. so she could make a donation (I'm not in world at the moment).

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There is also a group for the Monastery. It's called 'Virtus'. Here's an inworld link to it: secondlife:///app/group/632ee511-98a2-950f-aee2-1d2a05cf4142/about

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Thanks for the link to the group, Rosie. :)
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Post by Han Held »

I'd like to help out, if nothing else I'll chip in on December's tier.

Whatever happens, Ranma -I think we all would like you to stay a citizen in the CDS somehow; even just a small plot or fach or whatever.
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Post by Han Held »

Han Held wrote:
Sun Oct 27, 2019 6:34 pm
I'd like to help out, if nothing else I'll chip in on December's tier.
As promised:
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I doubt I'll be able to chip in after this, though. I won't know until January.

That bites, as I'd love to take over the project -but rl -specifically eating irl ...comes first.
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Thank you, Han! Very generous of you.

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Post by Kyoko »

Yes thank you indeed Han.
I can step up for half of next month's tier.
But it's obvious that future plans need to be made sooner rather than later.
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We have been discussing a contingency plan in the LUC.

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Post by Lilith Ivory »

Should we set the tierbox for the monastery parcel to weekly payment so more might be able to help with the tier?
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Post by Kyoko »

Works for me. But check with Sudane.
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