Dr. Helekar,

Referring to your e-mail (sic) about the dictionary meanings of the right
words;  'apology' / 'regret' means, whether written or spoken expressions of
one's regret, remorse etc... I am fully aware of these connotations, so
there is no need for you to teach you understand.

About Christian Obama / Hindu Obama I will stick with it, I hope you are not
afraid of the Americans, maybe, who knows?.

As per my knowledge of Bombay, I am a Mumbaikar for your information, though
I have a Goan parentage.  But I was born, bred and educated in Bombay and I
know its past and oresent history, their culture, their traditions, their
soul, their commandments and most of all their Conscience.

Yes, one thing I will agree with you about my printers devil in the mails,
but they were due to rushing to work in a hurry and not prove reading
them and not due to ignorancy or the lack of English knowledge.

I suggest you please start 'English Coaching Classes in Goa' which is very
paramount there as the under privileged ones could get some benefits out of
it and which could be more rewading for you then from Public a Domain,
understand.

Goodbye!
Sam

On 8/9/10, Santosh Helekar <chimbel...@yahoo.com> wrote:

> Mr. Furtado,
>
> Please read this slowly, noting all the correct spellings of words. Please
> also note that I, Santosh Helekar is posting this on a public Goan
> cyberforum called Goanet.
>
> Here are the meanings of the words "apology" and "regret".
>
> "apology" - "a written or spoken expression of one's regret, remorse, or
> sorrow for having insulted, failed, injured, or wronged another".....
> .........."an inferior specimen or substitute; makeshift"...
>
> Please click on this link with a computer mouse to read the above
> dictionary definitions - http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/apology
>
> "regret" - "a sense of loss, disappointment, dissatisfaction, etc"...
> ........."a feeling of sorrow or remorse for a fault, act, loss,
> disappointment, etc."
>
> Please see - http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/regret
>
> Here is the meaning of the word "retract". Please note the correct
> spelling.
>
> "retract" - ..."to withdraw (a statement, opinion, etc.) as inaccurate or
> unjustified, esp. formally or explicitly; take back."....
> ...."to draw back or in"....
>
> Please see - http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/retract
>
> Now, I did not want your apology because you refuse to believe that you are
> wrong, and you do not have any regret for the wrong that you have done.
>
> So I request you to retract from this thread and move on to Hindu Obama
> against the good Christians. Please tell me what you know in Bombay about
> how the first commandment to "examine your conscience" and make sure
> "everything there is accounted for", ensures that the Christian
> fundamentalists cannot ban conversions and vandalize Hindu temples in the U.
> S. of A.
>
> Cheers,
>
> Santosh
>
>
> --- On Sun, 8/8/10, Sam Furtado <sfrainbo...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > Dr. Helekar,
> >
> > First and foremost tell me please, in English word, what do
> > youo mean by 'Apology and Regret', give me he definition?
> >
> > Secondly, who in his or her right sense would apologize for
> > nothing or be sorry for having done nothing wrong.
> >
> > So why the question of you repeating that I retranct my
> > words of  having disreputed you in public domain when
> > an apology to that should have an convincing effect on you
> > and that should have sufficed you..
> >
> > Do you feel that the specific kind of words have a special
> > kind of forbearance on you and an apology would be less
> > respectful and bring disrepute to your name and that
> > retriving statement would have glorified you and cruxified
> > me.
> >
> > I feel you have strange ways of getting things done, when
> > at one stroke two birds can be felled you want two stones to
> > do the job
> >
> > So, Stop this vicious cycle that would lead you nowhere and
> > unnecessarity get an entanglement with no loose strings
> > left.
> >
> > Sam
> >
> --- On Sun, 8/8/10, Sam Furtado <sfrainbo...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > Reading the e-mail of Mr. Mark D’ Souza, in Goanet today,
> > in which he states ‘In America there are no
> > anti-conversion laws and there are no Christian
> > fundamentalist who will go around bashing Hindu Missionaries
> > or vandalizing Hindu temples and here in India there are
> > anti-conversion laws and the Hindu fundamentalist go around
> > bashing Christian Missionaries and vandalizing churches’
> > etc is absolutely right and true what he has stated and I
> > fully agree with him..
> >
> > The cause for this could be that the Hindu Fanatics or the
> > few rogue elements who have infiltrated the Christian
> > religious order are afraid that in the event the Indian
> > populace crosses to the other side of the fence and embrace
> > Christianity, then they would loose their true identity,
> > which presently allows them to do as the wish and pleased
> > without having to answer to God or man, whereas in U. S. of
> > A. first commandment examine your conscience and everything
> > there is accounted for.
> >
> > Also point of Mark and which is an eye opener; is about the
> > Indian Clergy, which includes priests, bishops, cardinals
> > who preach from the pulpit of serving the poor with cash and
> > kind that includes housing are instead misusing church funds
> > and selling church properties
> > without the knowledge of the parishioners, is a point in
> > contention that needs to be closely investigated by the
> > concerned authorities before it is too late and the rot sets
> > in.
> >
> > Sam  Furtado
> > Bombay
> >
>
>
>
>
>

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