Even in these days of profound concern for security in all areas, it would be a mistake to view this statement from a self-centered point of view. This should not be taken personally,
[21 True, as the Court notes, "upon receiving only part of a document by facsimile, it is obviously incumbent on that person to call the sender and inform him or her that the entire document was not received," however in this case a fax cover page was received, followed immediately by the final page, with no pause, indicating (to plaintiff Thomas' mind that) that was all the sender intended to send. Wanting to tread lightly as possible on the Court's precious time, Thomas was reluctant to impose further on Ms. White's resources. However, it is probably understandable how reading only the last page of a three page Order might leave "much to the imagination." Order, pg. 4.]
[22 Plaintiffs never meant to imply they were requesting "that the Court's Clerk send all Orders to the Plaintiffs by facsimile." Order pg. 5.]
i.e., "The Court better not harm Thomas" cultish sort of thing. Rather it is a sincere expression of concern over individual responsibility that is merely consistent with Thomas' religious beliefs. E.g., MARK, 7:2 JOHN, 7:24 
In the sense that God really is Great, and life on the material plane, quite mundane by comparison, whatever the Court decides is *** plaintiffs finally agree (cavet emptor, qui ignorare non debuit quod jus alienum emit, see also, Matthew, 7:2) *** okay.
Respectfully submitted this 24th day of February, 1995
2817 11th Street N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20005
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
I hereby state that, on February 24, 1995, I delivered a copy of the foregoing Plaintiff' Motion to Reschedule the Preliminary Injunction Hearing and for Partial Reconsideration of the Court's February O 1995 order upon the office of the United States Attorney, 555 4th Street NW, Washington, D.C. ROOM 10-808, by First Class, U.S. mail, postage prepaid
[23 To be clear, Thomas has no inclination, much less wish to harm or see the Court harmed, as that would be contrary to his religious beliefs. As has been stated before, the Court is certainly free to do as it wishes. However, the Court should understand that although it may have power to imprison Thomas and direct, condone, or allow any number of heineous actions upon his body, he fervently believes that his own Immortal Soul, as well as the eternal values of Truth, Justice, Freedom and Equality, are far beyond the powers any earthly system of social order.]