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Subscriber since: February 2010
Location: Haverford, PA
Retired Episcopal priest
former high school English teacher
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Years ago, I heard someone say, "Maturity is the ability to live with ambiguity." At the time, I thought that was the worst news I had ever heard; now I get it!
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(Libyan Arab Jamahiriya)
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It describes not only the people with whom I have the greatest difficulty, but also how I myself was for a time (I hope in the past).
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