A pure heart enables one to find and see truth.
Every one of us then must aim after purity of heart.
All else follows as a matter of course.
If you would like to send us mail, please click directly on top of the picture ( or email using the address below it).
I try to answer mail as promptly as possible, usually within a week or so. Alas, after many electronic malfunctions and other such difficulties, I have come to realize that technology isn't always as reliable and tamperproof as all that.
So, if you haven't heard from me, or received an answer that wasn't cordial or consistent with the spirit of this offering, assume I didn't have the honor of receiving your mail in the first place! Here's another address just in case:
Which also brings us to those next great communication innovations:
Telephone: (845) 626-7223
Cell phone: (845)239-6722
All of the contact information listed here can change so please check back here often.
Creating a website:
One good program is CuteWebsite builder CuteWeb Site builder which you can purchase from GlobalSCAPE at: http://www.globalscape.com/cutesitebuilder/
. It is relatively easy to use and you need little or no knowledge of HTML language to create it. GlobalSCAPE also produces a program called CuteFTP which is helpful. A web publishing program like CuteWebsite builder typically allows you to set up your pages, writes the HTML for you and then loads your HTML pages on to your host's server using a file transfer protocol (FTP) program. The CuteFTP program is just the file transfer protocol program by itself and allows you to see how your files are actually set up on the server just as Windows explorer allows you to see how files are set up on your computer. You can then move things around or transfer files from your computer to the server one at a time.
Once you've created the site you have to find a place on the internet to host it at an IP address on the internet. There are many free hosting options out there. Tripod
is one example. You have to put up with lots of ads stuck to your site when you publish to them, although they offer an ad free service for an nominal monthly fee.
Your IP address is a number that tells the FTP program where your files are stored in cyberspace. Your website browser uses the same information to find websites. Generally however, the number has been associated with a name (eg. www. windhorseproject.org) so you just have to type the name in the address box. Then the browser downloads the files needed (pictures, the HTML document etc.) from the website to view the webpage you requested. You are then able to look at the webpage.
Statement of Independence:
Alan Lorefice and Company.org ( which is actually where www.windhorseproject.org comes from) is a personal effort and is not affiliated with, does not, and will not, take its precepts, ethics and focus from any group, agency, governmental body or other organization as such. Nor does it endorse any that are not endorsed on this website despite how some or many might like to represent things.
Thank you for your interest and support.
Love and Peace,