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Honestly I've had some difficult time with her/him. As someone else posted here being right isn't an excuse to be rude.

Many people here come to learn. Many people here don't have the same background as the 'major' monks. That said it wouldn't hurt to take it easy on the replies. What is obvious for several monks isn't to others (and the others are probably a larger group).

Posting a text in large colored fonts is clearly a sign of a child mind, a really stupid, egocentric and rude way to say something.

One thing is certain: if he/she/whatever left, good for he/she/whatever. It's his/her decision, I really don't care (and I'm not being rude here, but I can't care for someone I don't have the slightest idea on who he/she is).

So, making a node out of this is really (as others posted as well) useless.

Best regards and no offense to anyone intended,

In reply to Re: Abigail-II and some thoughts by DaWolf
in thread Abigail-II and some thoughts by pg

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