June 20, 2019 at 7:15 am #30457JoeyJoeJoeParticipant
Is there a resource anywhere that shows a ‘who’s who’ for Dudeism?
I know there is the Dudely Llama (Oliver Benjamin) and the Arch-Dudeship (Dwayne Eutsey) and a Mother Duderior but I’ve noticed others with titles like Arch-Dude of [location].
Is there a way to ‘move up the ranks’? As I continue digging deeper into Dudeism, I’m finding more and more I have NO CLUE about. It makes these last 8 years feel like 8 days.
Any direction/help would be very appreciated.
June 20, 2019 at 7:39 am #30459JoeyJoeJoeParticipant
Nevermind! I found the “Official Title Certificate” on the dudeism store. So I guess my follow up question would be:
Is there any titles that are not kosher to use? I would love to be an Arch-Dude of Buffalo
June 20, 2019 at 12:28 pm #30470KalHyahDeloParticipant
I have similar questions. I am content to be a Dudeist Monk. I know there are other Dudeist monks out there. ItsJessica Liked the https://aui.me/forums/topic/the-monastic-order-of-dudeists/ post. I find I would like approval of this concept or a blessing from the founders of The Church of the Latter Day Dude. I suppose I should just send them my thoughts and see what they think.
Then there is a question I have, my post on The Monastic Order of Dudiests. What does that mean for me? I am just a Dude who just wants to abide. Or am I actually a saboteur messing with someone else’s dreams or am I on to something.
I see The Monastic Order of Dudeists as a part of The Church of the Later Day Dude, or am I going too far. What is my responsibility to this idea? Is this going to impact my Dudeist studies? I seek balance, harmony, the ability to truly let that witch does not matter slide. I guess what this boils down to is I like The Monastic Order of Dudists idea. I would like to see it grow. I am just not sure what my responsibility to this is.
Back to the thread; Chain of command, Hierarchy? I am not sure what to do with this. Ideally Dudiests should be able to function as a collective with no need for hierarchy. But we are all people, and people need guidance.
Joeyjoejoe You started this thread, and I think this is a good question that I need more guidance with.
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