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you who read, our children,
these are The Grandfather Chronicles.
Heed them, for no legacy of ours will serve you so well.
have seen many wonders created by man. So will you.
However, throughout our long history man has not
learned to live with man. Always, has man brought
grief to his neighbor.
is for this, then, that we here set down what we have learned -
behaviors and actions which have worked for us.
It is our desire you may avoid the mistakes we have made
and those which were the pitfalls of our ancestors -
even up to the present day.
of us. Become that which you may.
Man does not have to go through the trials of learning
in each generation. He alone may learn
from those who have preceded him.
Here is the stuff of life which has worked for us.
May it serve you well.
Peter Lance Segall, New York, NY 1998.
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Answer "The Question"
we destined to repeat mistakes of the past?
Could there be a place in time and space,
a book, something, that would provide
knowledge of, and access to,
solutions others found?
You will love reading these pages. You will learn from them.
Your friends will love to see your page ...
and what others say about [life and living].
The Grandfather Chronicles
is a living legacy for us today
and for the generations to follow.
Two: Create hard cover book(s)
and other products for distribution.
The Future of The Grandfather Chronicles
chronicles, at their inception, hardly begin to hint
at possibilities and enrichments for the future, perhaps,
the near future. It is easy to imagine many hundreds
of thousands of individuals who will provide chronicles to
enhance the database. In time, a million,
ten million [or more?] are possible. With a database this
large, the interpretation of every human experience
relating to the question, "What would you tell the next
generation? will be on file for future generations to
access. We are encouraged these chronicles will add
some measure of acceleration to the learning curve
in the pursuit of happiness future generations will go
through and reduce the pain and suffering associated with
the path of present knowledge.
Luck Across the Generations.
Peter Lance Segall
New York, NY 1998
© 1998-2008 Peter
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