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Re: A Sinclair by any other name
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From: "Lena A Löfström" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, February 25, 2000 3:06 AM
Subject: Re: A Sinclair by any other name
> Dear Jenny, Niven, John, Margaret...... and all...
> Jenny, you wrote "It would be such a shame to lose so much valuable
> knowledge as the older generation slowly leaves us." and that's a very
> important statement. But there is something even more important -
> something we tend to forget.... the pure reality and fact that we, you
> and me, slowly becomes that "older generation". A fact that make us
> responsible for whatever history we leave behind and pass on to the
> future generations. Never forget that our present will be next
> generations past and that knowledge of the past is the base for the
> present. Without that base future generations will hang loose - floating
> around in cyber space!
> We are obligated to write/tell our own history. If we don't - who will?
> Best regards
You are right Lena
The history, and stories of how our ancestors made a living for their
families, are completely fascinating to me.
I have no interest in Heros or brave deeds, I mean the everyday working,
feeding, and educating children to compete in a sometimes hard world.
It is just possible that some of what we had to do, may be of interest to
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