4.1.14 Email: Hermes Gets Philosophical

On 4/14/02, some JawBreakers received an email from Hermes containing this quote from Book 4 of the Tao Te Ching, also known as "Fountainless."

Ane_apelt posted the following:

From: "hermes" <h3z@10101-10010-110.org>
Reply-To: <h3z@10101-10010-110.org>
Subject: ...
Date: Sun, 14 Apr 2002 18:36:49 -0400

quickly now, she isn't happy, wont leav
e this end loose for long. she never le
        aves loose ends for long, j
        ules proved that. jules fou
        nd something, hid it deep,
        action through inaction. sh
        e wanted it back, jules off
        ered defiance. that wasn't
        the answer she was seeking.
        saw from the server logs yo
        u've followed the path, fou
        nd the source. don't know t
        he essence, time is a circl
        e and meaning flows both in
        and out. moot would know, m
        oot always knew, but moot i
        s gone and meaning now is d
        ammed. he would say /we sho
        uld blunt our sharp points,
        and unravel the complicatio
        ns of things; we should att
emper our brightness, and bring ourselves int
o agreement with the obscurity of others.../