Have you ever gotten an email that wasn’t intended for you?
I know its rare but it does happen. The mathematical probabilities aren’t that small when you consider the sheer volume of email zipping around these days. Even so, I was flabbergasted when I got an email recently that most certainly was not intended for my eyes. It was…rather embarrassing, really.
I tried to send it back whence it came but it bounced back and almost shorted out my computer’s CPU (the header and signature are also a head scratcher since it seems to be in this pure white light font which is almost blinding). So instead of trying that again and probably permanently damaging my computer, I opted to just share it here in the hopes that the Sender would see it and being notified of the mistake take precautionary measures so that similar occurrences are prevented in the future.
Oh, and to save you the anguish I went through (two bottles of Visine) I haven’t cut/pasted the header info:
Dear members of the Universal House of Justice,
The Almighty God has advised us of Her conclusion that, on the basis of your established pattern of behavior and the statements you have published, you can not properly be considered as meeting the requirements of membership for such an august institution.
Accordingly, we have removed your names from the Crimson Ark and have informed the Holy Entities concerned.
The Concourse on High
cc: Baha’u’llah, the Bab, Mohammad, Jesus, Moses, Zoroaster, Krishna, et al.
cc: Holy Spirit, Maid of Heaven, Huruf-i-Hayy, Archangels & Chosen Angels, et al.
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