Hi Tom,

Thank you for checking-in. Yes, bonjour literally means good day, which I do mention, and bon nuit literally means good night. However, according to the author of the book, who is French, the deeper meaning is a recognition of existence of the other person. I have re-worked this section to make this clearer. I din’t expect an interpretation as what you have presented, but I understand where it’s coming from.

Duncan

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