Keep my eyes open. Give things time. And re-examine my own assumptions now and then. The alternative is to not pay attention. Insist on final answers now. And never re-examine my own assumptions. Either choice on these three points has consequences in life. - Kevin Christensen

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    "By controlling our reactions, being calm and temperate and avoiding contention, we will begin to qualify for the gift of meekness." - Ulisses Soares
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