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Many people sent new year (century, millennium) greetings.
As examples, I've put the ones from Niven and from Neil Sinclair
in a web page,
I congratulate all of you who got to take the holiday off.
Here's what I was doing:
Things turned out better, although stranger, than expected.
Happy new year.
John S. Quarterman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
PS: Please remember it's email@example.com (not firstname.lastname@example.org).
> From: Niven Sinclair <email@example.com>
> Date: Sat, 01 Jan 2000 12:11:47 GMT
> At the dawn of a new Century and at the beginning of a new Millennium,
> I can find no better words of guidance than those of Pierre Teilhard
> de Chardin:
> ``The future belongs to those who give the next generation reason
> to hope.''
> To do this we have to protect the sanctity of our planet. This was the
> message which Earl William Sinclair had chiselled out in stone when
> he built [Rosslyn Chapel] Rosslyn Chapel. He wanted us to
> realise that God and Nature was One. That every leaf was a word of
> God. That there had been far too much talk about the Father on high
> and far too little thought given to Mother Earth from which all
> abundance flows. Let us remember this when the Clan gathers at
> Rosslyn Chapel later this year.
> 1. mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
> 2. file://localhost/sinclair/who/william1caithness.html
> 3. file://localhost/sinclair/rosslyn.html
> 4. file://localhost/sinclair/rosslyn.html
> 5. file://localhost/sinclair/s2000.html
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