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Re: Re: We Need A Subject, Here Is One.

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Posted by GwynJ on November 23, 2000 01:51:09 UTC

I have some questions about what you posted about Buddha, but this method of communication can sometimes 'sound' very blunt. I know what MY voice sounds like when I quietly and pensively and respectfully ask questions, but I am not altogether convinced that I have been successful in conveying that in posts. Even emails, of course, fall short that way. It is never my intent or desire to discover a person feels challenged in any unkind way, especially when it comes to beliefs (minus, or in addition to, science). I wouldn't mind if you were to post parts of our conversations from email, but I would at least like to ask in a more personal way some things. Life is short enough in polite society without an 'onlooker' in a forum getting the idea that I would be trying to act haughty. Although perhaps they already think that! haha

I would appreciate if you would send me an email so I might know if you would be willing to converse, even briefly, in private, about some things.If you choose not to, I will respect that and make no comment about it whatsoever, even if someone asks me on this forum. my email is - thank you for your time and consideration.

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