Re: Theos-World U Must Comply (rules the fools)
Apr 29, 2002 04:47 PM
by Dennis Kier
Yes, I think you have used enough, and even better, you have the
punctuation in the correct places.
Sometimes I think you might need a more subtle language than English,
though. I notice your use of the two words with similar meanings,
separated by a slash, as though the grossness of English did not have
the correct shading of meaning to express your thoughts.
HPB said somewhere that Sanskrit was a more subtle language, with many
more shadings of meanings than English has, but of course, if you
wrote in Sanskrit, few here would be able to understand, so I guess we
are all stuck with English.
I had not seen that method of conveying a need for shadings of
meanings before I saw your usage of it, - a unique approach.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mauri" <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, April 25, 2002 3:53 AM
Subject: Re: Theos-World U Must Comply (rules the fools)
> Hmm. I hope I've used enough puntuation in my posts. :-)
> PS Don't know if you know of Theos-1, Dennis It's unmoderated. The
> list URL is: - http://list.vnet.net/?enter=theos-l
Yes, Thank you.
> Dennis Kier wrote:
> > I agree Bart. When I see the messages without punctuation, I
> > on to the next message, without bothering to try to make sense of
> > message, if there is really any sense to it. It is really more
> >like a Zen Koan, than a message, ---
Perhaps it is an attempt at poetry, which I don't dig at all!
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