A: This is one of the most common questions, and there are almost as many answers as there are people asking. When there is a true or useful thing, there is sure to be a counterfeit. This does not mean that the original intention was bad: but things turn out bad if they are not properly organised. There is no difference between this problem and the one of the ‘lovelorn Taiwanese’: There was once a young man of Taiwan who desperately desired that a certain girl should marry him. He wrote her letters, over a period of two years, an average of one a day, declaring his love. This continued, says the United Press, from 1972 to 1976. Without that effort it is unlikely that the lady would have become engaged, in the way she did, to the postman who delivered the letters.
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