There is work to be done. A lot of work. In fact, the work has barely been started. But I won't be able to do much of it. I'm not going to "get well soon"—or ever—because I have terminal cancer. I can't expect to live more than two years at the outside, and I may well be dead in less than a year, so the work will have to be done by younger people.

What about you? What are you doing? [...] Have you been following the recommendations in sections 28 & 29 of Chapter Four of Anti Tech Revolution? Have you made any efforts at organization, in accord with Rule (iii) of Chapter Three? If you want to organize but don't know where to begin, let me know, and I'll give you some suggestions. But my suggestions will not be easy to carry out. We don't want dilettantes who are ready to do only what is easy. We need people who are capable of total commitment and are prepared to take on any task, no matter how difficult or unpleasant or time-consuming it may be.

Yours For Wild Nature,
Ted Kaczynski