Lost in Time… (Well, it worked, with one little bug…)

Hello, Everyone! We are still here… are you?
Thank you for your (unexpected but appreciated) comments; we hope this update finds you happy and well. I (Don) apologize for our unknowing neglect, and hope you will be able to laugh with us at the “Time capsule” which has been created here since 2011.
This blog was created mostly as an experiment, to establish a web presence. I never really expected anyone (except family members) to post anything. You can imagine my surprise, therefore, when today (after our web host migrated everything to new servers last week) I received an email saying “A new comment is waiting approval.” Stunned (since it was the only email I have ever received), I realized someone had actually replied to the blog. I logged in, and looked at the message. It was spam, of course — but along with 41 other unwanted messages,  were 14 friendly and sincere comments from friends! Apparently, a WordPress (or system configuration) bug disappeared during migration, and email notification finally worked as it should!
We are delighted to hear from everyone, and hope that your email addresses are still valid.  We will post replies here soon, or try to contact you personally.  If you are still alive, thank you for your patience and understanding. In the future, we will try to reply to your inquiries more often than every two years…
- Don, Grandma Thea, and the kids

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5 Responses to Lost in Time… (Well, it worked, with one little bug…)

  1. Jah Monsoon says:

    Aloha Don & everyone!

    I wanted to send you a private email concerning spreading the message of this book to a new generation, my generation (the Millennials, ie Indigos) … already contacted the Sprunk publisher, but wanted to contact you as well – found this site just after I sent them an email. Please send a reply to John[at]monsoonisgreen.com – would be great to hear from you soon!

    Peace & Mahalo!

    Jah Monsoon

  2. Leifur Thor says:

    Reading 2150 at age 12, it changed my life. Shortly after reading the book, while crossing a field with friends at night, we were attacked by a gang. I never raised a hand, and left with a bloody lip and black eye. When I got home my mom and brother saw the wounds and my brother started screaming he was going to beat them up. It was only then I realized I didn’t have any anger towards the kids that beat me up, and if anything I had sympathy for them being the deliverers of my karma. It was a really really odd experience. There was my brother jumping up and down and I didn’t feel that way at all, I felt lighter. I’m 49 now and that book shaped my life, and my decisions, not one I’d change. Funny only now after so many spiritual pursuits I’ve explored (One Taste, Human Awareness Institute HAI, Landmark, and so many others) it should blow my mind in reflection that it was 2150 all along that was the beginning and to this day leads the day in my thinking and actions. Please come see my website where I’ve been lucky enough to bring some ideas of perhaps the world of 2150 to the world of today (leifthor.wordpress.com). And thank you thank you thank you to Thea for writing it, and a big hello to anyone else who follows the macro philosophy, it’s such a great ride, wouldn’t trade self accountability for anything:)

  3. Thea Alexaner says:

    Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful story, Leifur. It says that my work is doing it’s job!

    Where do you live?


  4. Mike says:

    I was 14 when I read 2150, a book that was with my parents old collection from the 60′s. And it was the first book to guide me to spirituality. Thank you many times over.

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