Pat Ponders: -- By: Patricia Gundry

Journal: Priscilla Papers
Volume: PP 01:1 (Winter 1987)
Article: Pat Ponders:
Author: Patricia Gundry

Pat Ponders:

Patricia Gundry

It seems to me to be very important that any organization that is formed be separate organically from the one in England so it can be kept in the direction it is aimed. Also, a board at the top with relatively few members is easier to keep on track than an organizational government that is elected by widely scattered people with little knowledge of each other and their views on peripheral matters.

The danger of the board government is that it could deteriorate. For that reason, I think a self-destruct button needs to be built in. The organization needs to disband when its work is done, preparing for that up front. Otherwise it will become just another institution in later years, with all the disadvantages and abuses institutions are prone to.

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