“Well the Project Manager, or whatever his or her title is, controls the Arena’s environment somehow. Some say the Project Manager is a Ghost, as no one seems to have ever seen him or her. He or she is also the Administrator of some kind of software that is called Software Protection from Integrated Risks In Technology or something like that. I can’t remember, it’s all very hush, hush. Anyhow, SPIRIT is the acronym, but we just type it as a name and not an acronym. I know that the Manager controls the software, but anyone can request a free copy at any time. I know that the software won’t install itself. You have to personally request it. Once you install it, it helps to guide you; however, its voice is very small and unassuming. You usually have to strain your ears, be perfectly still, and turn away from what you are doing, to hear its recommendation. Frequently the recommendation is not what you want to hear, or the recommendation goes against the very will of the hardware. Many exterior factors can contribute to interference with the software and its ability to communicate with you properly. Those factors can, and often do, conflict with it’s communication to you. You could talk to Joshua or Hiam as they are in constant contact with the Spirit.”
Returning to Aaron’s cubicle, Rick added, “I know Hiam’s on vacation but that doesn’t mean that he’s not around or not available. If you need something, you can ask for it no matter how trivial it may seem, and he will give it to you. If you seek after him, you will surely find him, and I’m positive that if you knock on his door that he will answer the door for you, as he has said.”
Aaron moved his mouse deactivating the screen saver.
Rick pointed to a small icon on the toolbar of Aaron’s monitor. “There, that is the Spirit icon I was referring to.
But make sure you read and accept the licensing agreement fully before you try to install the software. It is not something to be taken lightly or half-heartedly. The software comes in levels and as you install it, you must remove the SELF software proportionately. That’s the icon with your picture on it. The more you run under the SELF software the less effective the Spirit software is and the less likely you will hear the Spirit’s recommendation.
If you look closely, you can see that the light of the Spirit lives in each letter individually. The Spirit is pointing to the “Crowned” cross showing you the direction to follow. The “Crowned” cross is literally growing up out of the old testament of the Bible. The dove is showing its approval of the cross’ owner as it did when John the Baptist looked to heaven. The Spirit has a fishing pole waiting to be used.”
“Thanks, I appreciate that. See you around.” Aaron, looked somewhat puzzled, and thought Rick was speaking Greek.