Dear w1k0 and Friends,
I can't thank you enough for your kindness and torerance to my big mouth
frog. I feel like I have got many good friends here. I know the true goodness
of your advice "to read manuals". I have an experience of being given a great
teaching from a young master violinist long time ago. He said "when you can
hold your instrument you have mastered the instrument". I knew, at the first
instance despite of that I don't play violin. it was "the true master's teaching".
And I hear your advice as "the same kind". That is why I am writing this.
Why there are so many of us novices, do you think? How should you define
the novice? I tell you that the novice are by definition "who does not read the
) It is more paticularly so when the manual are not written for
the learners with true kind cares. If you give toy to children they would never
read manuals but play with it and very quickly become expert player of the toy?
Some may put the toy to pieces just for the sake of doing so. And in doing so
some may become expert about the working of the toy as well?
I guess, in the early days of computer development many princes got computers
and many of them become novice, other than some of bigger princes who had
true experts of the subject next to them and quickly became experts hobbyists.
Are you not one of them? Those novices and the experts have formed the ground
for modern computing affairs? Some of the ex-novice experts went to businesses
and others went out of businesses. And the least capable ones become teachers?
Here you can see why the later novice never read tutorials nor manuals? They
often say thing like "I TEACH you this and that in next chapter!"...to put good
children off the class room. You don't show things you know to your own children
like that, do you? Certainly would not charge your children the fee for it, would
The novice of now days go on happily making great mess of their computer systems,
and some of them may become future experts to come up with the computing affair
of different kinds? In the near future we surely shall need semi-automatic "computer
government"? Why? If the government is for everyones good, then there would be
no need of arguments, but automated equal distribution system of the wealth of
the Earth and good people's efforts? A software "the Government" is required?
Someone can write it with friends "for the civilized state of the Earth world" as
"The (regional) Government" and "The (central) Government"? We love to do
shopping with our pocket money so there is a need for the system of money
issuance. But for "the Government", wealth to be distributed should be measured
as amounts of the true goods, then no need for money as number in any way?
The monetary system would be a consequent out-come of the system of "the
Government" for the convenience of the distribution of the things of great variety
to individual persons for their fun of choosing(shopping)?
The truth make foundation of the logic for that are:
*) The Earth and it's products are no private person's property but what the
Nature provide for everyone. ("You can plant a seed and watch it grow yet
never can grow the plant" is a fact? Who's seeds is it? Who's soil is it? If it is
not of the Nature itself which grows them? It is the miracle anything anyone
just exist and be functional as they are also the things grow as they do?)
*) Everyone is equal.(The base for the concept "Fair or Un-fair" or "Good or Bad".)
*) The Nature's wish is "Everyone to be happy with the gifted life's being" in sharing
"what the Nature and good peoples efforts provide" in peace.
*) "Bad or no good thing shall die out" is the Law of the Nature.
Any ones volantire and do it in quiet for the time it would be wanted? Linux is the
most suitable system? It won't be for monetary gain such as miserable thing but
for the fun of doing "Good" for everyone on Earth? I think so, don't you?
"Happy New Year!"
, all the friends of "the Positive Thoughts",---godoten(