Thank you, Friend(s) Unknown (You know who you are)

Just a little whisper now …

We have links to Amazon with a request to help this work.

Until lately, these were hardly used, but just recently someone or some ones, presumably in America, started using them.

Whoever you are Unknown Friend(s), I want to say: we are grateful.

This site is being born in real difficulty, which by so-called first world standards is fairly extreme. I am very aware that by non-first world standards – that is the vast majority of the world! – they are not so extreme.

Allusions to this situation have occasionally been made. But I am never sure how much to say publicly. I also really do not know the ethics in publicly asking for support. And so I ponder …

In the meantime whilst I ponder, I will just say this. This unknown support meant a lot to Kim and me. To the one or ones who ordered, it might not have seemed so much. But it was to us. I do not know who you are, but if you are reading this, please know our real gratitude goes out to you.

I will also take this opportunity to publicly very warmly thank the dear known friend who designed and hosts this site and did everything to make it possible.

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  1. Posted 24 February 2010 at 20:25 | Permalink

    great are true followers of the one true faith. god bless .philip.

  2. roger
    Posted 28 February 2010 at 14:27 | Permalink

    Thank you so much Philip. This kind, warm encouragement means a lot to us. For this internet writing is a somewhat lonely business. Through the wonders of internet technology, Kim and I can see a fair number of people following the site, but whose identities and responses we have not the least idea! They may be following it with the appreciation you have indicated, or at the other extreme with a horrid fascination. Or indeed a mixture of both! And we do appreciate the efforts of all of you who have given us feedback, either here at the site or via private email.

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