By Anna Von Reitz
This morning I looked in my email inbox and saw 50,410 unanswered emails blinking at me. There is no way on Earth that I can answer all or even a small fraction of these. It just isn't possible. If I had a full-time staff devoted to answering emails for me, they might keep up. As it is, it would take 50 people working over 1,000 emails each today.
Realizing--- and finally admitting---- that I am never, ever going to be able to get through all those emails, I just had to hit the "delete" button and hope that the ultimate answers to the mysteries of government and life were not part of the overload.
I also had a heartbreaking question forwarded to me by my Webmaster --- a friend who has been sending $10 a month since September and never got a thank you from me. Did it arrive? Did it make a difference? I burst into tears.