From: Mr. Timothy T. Dickens (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Jan 19 1997 - 15:00:21 EST
At 09:21 PM 1/19/97 -0200, Isidoros wrote:
>You are very welcome, anytime. And, yes, thank you, "batteries" again
>are recharged and at the "ready". Oftentimes like to stay late, reading,
>you know, but nothing like a Sunday walk about the hill of the Muses
>by the Acropolis with family, bright Winter Sun warming face and heart.
TTD: Sounds exciting!! Can I come along also!!! Please. PS How does one
say please in Greek
>Can see why they once called the one, "O Theos Hlios"! Australia smiles
>too, I understand, but friends are telling me most N. America is, rather
>unusually, suffering. I tell them, think of the Spring flowers in waiting.
>The Ionic Centre, Athens firstname.lastname@example.org
TTD: Hey wouldn't 'O Theos Hlios' mean either "God is the Sun' or "The Sun
God'? They both seem to mean the same thing. What do you think Isidoros?
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