Ten Tribes Studies. (30 October, 2012. 14 Cheshvan, 5773)
Responses to Hebrew Nations Survey October 2012 (Cheshvan, 5773) Part Two
Continued from Part One.
1. Response from Gary Wheeler
2. Response from BARBARA GORDON-LANTTO.
3. Response fromÂ Anonymous5
4. Response from Frank Brown
5. Response from Brian Somers
6. Response from Anonymous6
7. Response from: Mrs. Elizabeth Mewhinney.
Â 8. Response from Sharon
9. Response from Brian Patmore (Australia).
10. Response from Holly Ellison Henderson
11. Response from Anonymous 7
12. Response from Rein van EkerenÂ (the Netherlands)
We have works in manuscript or research note form at various stages of completion. We also have works that are out of print for which there is some demand but need aÂ little revision.
Which of these we invest in bringing to the publication stage in the near future may well be influenced by how we feel the end work will be received.
Some of our past works were very well received and are now out of print or almost so. Others did not do so well and we still have large stocks of them.
Every work we do requires energy, effort, and money. Funds are something that we do not have but we may (or may not) in the future still be able to print a new work based on the likelihood of selling the books. Like everybody else we function under the constrictions of a budget (or lack of it). We need to both spread the message and also maintain ourselves. Anything we publish should have the goal of helping to fulfill both those goals.
3.Â Is More Commentary on Current Events Justified?
James Ott (USA) said:
I don't like to tell the Captain how to sail the ship, but you are a very
powerful commentator of current events.
If you had more of "Yair's Thoughts and Commentary" the world would be made
You have an excellent command of Torah as well. If you did an online
Shabbat, it would be a success for sure.