Just so as to capture the idea—Alan Watts says that all you need to do (in life, but also with language) is to wash one dish at a time.
I looked yesterday at one Arabic letter at a time, glossing through a workbook for speakers of Indonesian (I think) learning Arabic so as to be able to read the Koran (or Quran). There are only 28 letters. Most of the book explains how to link them. The Arabic script is cursive.
Finally, I ripped the original plastic off Wilfried Erdmann’s Segelzeit. 50 Years sailing. Half an hour of German.
Today: J3 G2 A1
Total: J189 D117 G39 P32 Sp21 F20 Da1 A1
I like usually sometimes
Please . . .