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This was on hear several days ago. I think that dwarf was the most popular answer.

Gratitude as a discipline involves a conscious choice.....* Victims of circumstance owe it to fate. Victims of choice owe it to themselves.*One of the widest gaps in human experience is the gap between what we say we want to be and our willingness to discipline ourselves to get there.

Perhaps it refers to Thomas's descendants.

Gratitude as a discipline involves a conscious choice.....* Victims of circumstance owe it to fate. Victims of choice owe it to themselves.*One of the widest gaps in human experience is the gap between what we say we want to be and our willingness to discipline ourselves to get there.

Gratitude as a discipline involves a conscious choice.....* Victims of circumstance owe it to fate. Victims of choice owe it to themselves.*One of the widest gaps in human experience is the gap between what we say we want to be and our willingness to discipline ourselves to get there.

"Ediciones" is Spanish for "Editions."  An author submits a manuscript, but it needs work so the editor might correct the grammar, spelling, correct misstated facts, verify the bibliography, etc.  Once the editor completes his work it becomes an edition.

 

What we can imagine, we will eventually do.


Spanish to English: more detail...

  1. edición:
Hay. You think I'm crazy? You should hear the voices in my head. Those people have issues.

Buenos tardes, amigo.  Ediciones para Espanol es "Editions" en Englais, por favor.  !Hasta luego!

Think it through, work the problem, never guess, sharpen your intuition.

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