About . . .
Ráithold °Compatriot Services
A community of practice responsible for community relationship management, critical humanic modeling, systemic analysis, collaborative assessment, decision-making for resource management.
The name Ráithold used for this Fleet Réalta mission is a contraction born of an Old Irish word “Ráith” meaning fortress of the Túath Dé or the Fae, also meaning stronghold of Chieftains, and under Brehon Law a pledge of surety by a guarantor. The Hold, the redundant second ‘h’ removed is an Old, Middle, and Modern English word that has numerous meanings, all of which apply succinctly . . .
To-wit: contain or store; maintain, have, reserve, or keep; not to give way; not to part or become separated; to remain unbroken, unbound, unsubdued; to bind (someone) to a consequence of their word and or actions; to carry on; to prosecute, as a course of conduct or an argument; to continue; to sustain; self-restraint or to restrain oneself; to refrain; to hold back, to organize an event or meeting (usually in passive voice), to derive a right or entitlement.
“The signal in the physical world is the foundation of design. We can understand how the human system works in order to design the most effective signals in a world full of distractions.”
― Dano Qualls