I've reached the "adding entries to my anki deck" stage of language learning #Esperanto.
As my last language was #tokipona, this is an odd feeling. Part of my brain keeps wondering why we need so many words.
This is also the same brain which enjoyed studying mime, so it might be a broader issue. :)
nimi mute li ike.
multaj vortaj estas bone.
> tenpo suno pini la mi wile ante e ma.
> mi sona lili.
> tenpo suno ni la mi sona mute.
> mi ante e mi.
― jan Lumi
> “Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world. Today I am wise, so I am changing myself.”
I just found out that the 'o kama sona' online tutorial for #tokipona has been taken offline. Does anyone have another online tutorial they recommend?
A while back I taught my phone's autocorrect all of the #tokipona words. Today I noticed I somehow missed 'walo' which now feels more significant than before.
Some high school students I met earlier this year are working on a #tokipona documentary.
Tonight they posted a rough edit, and there cameos by some #clowns you might know from around the fediverse:
I've been described by reliable sources as a zen fool, benevolent super villain, misanthropic community leader, clown father figure and Impish Cabaret Rasputin.
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