Saturday, April 29, 2006


There is an old joke about the first thing that happens when two isolated Esperantists find each other -- they form a club! When the meet a third Esperantist, they start a newsletter!

There was a lot of truth to that old joke before computers. Today a lot of Esperantists still hope to meet others, but now each of them probably has a web page and soon they start a blog.

As stated in the Preamble above, this is an English-Esperanto source to help Esperantists recruit others to study and use Esperanto, the international language that works, and to gather ideas on how to do this. Emphasis is on person-to-person recruitment, rather than on the activities of a local Esperanto group.

I will be presenting my opinions and ideas and I hope each of you will do the same. I hope you'll bookmark this place and visit often. And whenever you visit, please leave a comment. Together we can make progress. One person's idea will stimulate another's and on it goes.

It isn't required that you translate your comments into Esperanto. If you don't speak English and comment in Esperanto, neither is is required for you to translate that into English.

I don't guarantee perfection in my Esperanto, and for that matter, not in my English either!