Sunday, February 25. What a beautiful ending to a wonderful three-day training. I don’t know what I was thinking that I’d had it with teaching the Principles. Maybe I’m realizing I just don’t want to work alone anymore, because working with Fiona was great and kept me fresh. The participants in this group were wonderful. Today drove it home, talking about essence and Oneness. Such a good feeling! We had a closing circle of 45 or so at the end, it was really touching to hear what people got out of this training. At lunch, I met with nine people who are all involved with community work in one way or another. I am hoping that this group, along with Georgina from Perth, meets as a support group for each other and makes wonderful things happen here in Australia. In fact, in Fiona’s hands, I don’t worry whatsoever that the Three Principles he will spread throughout Australia. I could easily live here on the Mornington Peninsula, off of Kings Port Bay, except I could never afford it. I walked to and from the training today through the boardwalk for a total of probably 4 ½ miles. When I arrived at my house, I found a note saying that the proprietor would not be around tonight. Once I figured out how to get into the locked house, I was grateful that I didn’t have to talk with anybody. I can catch up on backed-up business. Or maybe I don’t want to do anything but take a bath and relax. The weather in this area of Australia is more changeable than even New England weather in the United States. The weather changed about four times today alone; it started and ended pretty chilly, but then when the sun came out it was beautiful.