1. Friends Of The Great Planet Earth!

Everything You Seek Is Already Within You!  Each Waking Dream Has False Teachings That  Say There Is A Special Place 'Out There' In The Skies Where People Go That Follow A Certain Doctrine.

2. And Those Same Teachers Explain There Is A Place Of Torment For Others That Arrived On A Different Part Of The Planet And Were Taught A Different Doctrine.

There Is ONE Creator That Has Been Named By Many. It Would Be Loving To Honor And Respect Another's Beliefs,
3. As In Truth, Many Have Lived In Multiple Cultures With Many Beliefs That Now Are Judged! Incarnating Over And Over Is The Joy Of The Soul Experiencing Life! The Soul Fully Understands This Is A Human Experience.
4. Wouldn't It Be Much More Relaxing And Fun To Allow Others Their Freedom, Just As You Want Yours?  Yes Indeed!  Relax And Flow!

Since The Very Beginning Of Your Self-Awareness As An Incarnate Being, You Have Probed Your World For Clues To The Meaning Of Your Existence.
5. You Have Looked In Every Conceivable Crevice And Pondered The Vastness Of The Infinite Cosmos. You Have Scrutinized The Spiritual Wisdom That Was Forthcoming From Those Who Believed Themselves To Be Knowledgeable About Such Matters.
6. And You Followed Directions Through Every Waking Dream, Hoping You Would Somehow Emerge, At The End Of The Dream With 'The Answer'.

Beloved Ones!  You Are The Answer!  You Carry All Lives Lived By Your Soul, In The Akashic Records Of Your Heart Chakra!
7. You Carry The Living God Within Every Fiber Of Your Being. Awakening Is Realizing Everything Is God!

You Were Created In The Vibration Of God And Your Soul Has An Origin Of Being!
8. You Are Multidimensional Sacred Souls! Many Friends Are Here To Assist You In Remembering Who You Are! For Soon The Lights Will Grow Bright In The Sky And You Will Laugh As You Shift In Awareness And Completely Awaken From This Dream!

I Love You So!

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Below are my top ten 2020 Lessons Some of them I knew already, but they became even more important this year. The point here is that every experience, good or bad, is a lesson and we only fail if we miss the lesson. Here we go #My2018Lessons #blessed #grateful

1.Challenges come to reveal to us our deepest tendencies, as well as the need to reflect on who we are and who we want to be. #My2020Lessons

https://t.co/JqbhvNaJIf matter how bad things are, you can always make things worse. At the same time, it is often within your power to make them better. #My2020Lessons

3.Make sure to always remember never to wrestle with a pig because you just get dirty and the pig enjoys it. #My2020Lessons

4.Grapes must be crushed to make wine. Diamonds form under pressure. Olives are pressed to release oil. Seeds grow in darkness. Whenever you feel crushed, under pressure, pressed or in darkness, you’re in a powerful place of transformation. Trust the process. #My2020Lessons

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"Who is the prototypical client here?"

A consulting shop delivering a $X00k engagement for an internal system, a SaaS company doing something custom for a large client or internally facing or deeply non-core to their business, etc.

(I feel like many of these businesses are good answers to the "how would you monetize OSS to make it sustainable?" fashion, since they often wrap a core OSS offering in the assorted infrastructure which makes it easily consumable.)

"But don't the customers get subscription fatigue?"

I think subscription fatigue is far more reported by people who are embarrassed to charge money for software than it is experienced by for-profit businesses, who don't seem to have gotten pay-biweekly-for-services fatigue.