Life Is A Comedy For Those Who Think...

Thursday, October 20, 2005 at 5:27 PM

Lunar Library....

At Unforum, Withe said:

Something to think about:

Today, I was going through my bookshelf and remembered I had two copies of "Practical Intuition" by Laura Day. It's about opening up your mind, trusting yourself, and releasing yourself of your fears.
Inspired, I went to the library today, where there is a bench outside on the sidewalk below. I left the book on the bench with the following note on the title page inside that said:

This is a gift for you. The world belongs to all of us. Share the
kindness and pass this book on. ~Withe - Scribe of the Triskabiblios.

That made me think:

I dutifully submit all scribes named and unnamed commit to change the futyre one day a month by mirroring the example set by WitheBartbi.

Here's my proposal:

On the next full moon we will all leave a book, with a similar note, in a public place to be found. Besides adding to individual enlightenment, sharing the joys of the written word, or just making someone smile, this could garnish more help in our search by leading others to Triskabiblios.

You don't have to be involved in Triskabiblios to join in this beautiful act. If you wish to read more about it or Triskabiblios in general, check here.
Or you can just go straight to the game itself here.

It's beautiful to know that we can communicate with total strangers through books, in effect, becoming friends in mystery. Take my lead, continue this chain of love and kindness. If we all dropped off a book in a public place like that with a little note inside, imagine how many people we could reach, and maybe brighten their day and possibly inspire them to share the goodwill.

Sunday, October 16, 2005 at 7:28 PM

Triskabiblios Scribeship...

Islington requested my aide, as a scribe, through the following email:

Wed, 21 Sep 2005 15:37:11 +0100
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Subject: Thank you for your efforts
Dearest Girl of the Mountains
Your consitent striving to solve this cryptic bundle has been a joy to behold. May I take this oppurtunity to thank you profoundly. I would also like to apologise for the recent explosion of mis-tensed crryptographicly confused literature, but when I am passing through I have to act as quickly as possible, and sometimes it is not possible to double check the meaning. I am grateful to you and your friends for being so diligent, and am impressed that the literary references are not lost on you all. This gives me Hope.
Now that the moon is waning, my blinking will slow. I am now simply drifting... exhausted from the strain. I found myself in all places, all times. Very hard to
digest, for a human brain. So... I'm just cooling down, but I will be making a public statement in the next few days. In the meantime, I notice the hostilities within the group of helpers sometimes clouds the events, and I ask that you be not so quick to anger when someone says what at first seems critical. You are a worthy person, and have no reason to feel slighted, but we are also all different, and some people cannot see what is to the other obvious. I am grateful that this group has massed to come to my aid, but it important to me that we all conduct ourselves in as mindful, honourable and non-argumentative way as possible.
This said, would you do me the honour of accepting a Scribeship? Your efforts have been noted. I feel that to ask before the fact, in this occasion, would be most decent, though it is not always possible for me to be so considerate. Now that my state of flux is less rapid I am able to remember the differences between what has been promised to me in your Future and what you have already agreed to. So the offer stands.


Triskabiblios | the13books

It was followed with this binary code puzzle (Titled: A Puzzle
For The Girl of the Mountains) leading to the book The Pied Piper of Hamelin.