Dear Pali friends,
I'm now back on the list after 4 and a half months
absence - having found a new home in Brisbane,
Australia, and having got a good internet connection
up and running. I've been looking over some of the
recent messages, and it's good to see that Yong Peng
has got another good Pali Day by Day series going, and
that there are some new members actively contributing.
I will now continue my regular posts in Series B and C
) with my
solutions to the Gair/Karunatillake reader and Warder
exercises. In the former I was up to end of chapter
10, and the latter up to end of chapter 18. As
always, I welcome feedback, and all suggestions for
Warm regards to all, and may your Pali studies bring
you and the world around you great fruit and
--- John Kelly <palistudent@...
> Date: Wed, 19 May 2004 15:44:14 -0700 (PDT)
> From: John Kelly <palistudent@...>
> Subject: Pali and More Pali Every Few Days -
> temporary suspension
> To: Pali <Pali@yahoogroups.com>
> Dear Pali friends,
> I regret to inform you that the two series I have
> posting to this list over the last many months -
> the Gair/Karunatillake Reader and from Warder - will
> be suspended for about 4 months.
> My wife and I are going on a 2-month retreat for
> and July, and then will be traveling with no fixed
> address during August and half of September -
> eventually ending up in Brisbane, Australia, where
> plan to make our new home. So, an exciting
> for us, but I will be mostly out of email contact
> that period.
> May everyone's Pali studies and practice of the
> continue to flourish, and I look forward to
> you all sometime near the end of September.
> With much metta to all,