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    On Feb 7, 2014 Conrad P Pritscher wrote:

     Sharon Salzburg is great. I love what she said. I find, after many many years, that I'm becoming a little more patient with my impatience. Every day I say a few sentences one of which is: "May I be patient. May I be able to bear and forbear the wrongs of others." It may be useful for some to hear that I have been working on being patient for 40 or 60 years and only recently have I begun to accept some of my impatience. When I'm in the now I am more patient. I am better now at accepting that I am not often in the now. Thank you for the opportunity to respond. Warm and kind regards to everyone


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    On Feb 13, 2014 Peter wrote:

    40-60 years, and accepting that you are not often in the now, and learning to be patient with your impatience.

    To me, it seems that you are a master of humility and patience. thank you! :-) 


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    On Feb 13, 2014 Conrad wrote:

     Thanks for your kind words Peter. 


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