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I agree on all of the above, let me begin by saying that I did not think my little meditation would actually get me such supportive replies, I really used to wonder a lot and even wander around a lot sometimes not knowing where to head next. I Keep Forgetting some of the things I learn , not until somebody points it out in a reply to a code i seek advice for, that is when I remember and sort of bang my head with my hand "Oh I knew this!!!, I passed it across in this book, man!!!!" so this is the learning curve process for me..study it, forget it, get reminded of it, remember it for a long time to come.....Practice makes perfect, I am a bit of a chainsaw-style hacker so far, disciplining myself on using srtictures and warnings and scoping variables, Everyday I spend hours in Perl Monks trying to look for someone I could advice in Seekers of Perl Wisdom, I wanna teach and learn, and everybody, it is just passionate I am that all of us are here in this refuge exchanging and supporting each other. The Monastery, the SOPW, The Meditation..etc everything about this site makes me feel home. Thanks to Everybody and With all of Us around we won't lose the way!!!

In reply to Re^2: Reflections on Skills of the Skillful by biohisham
in thread Reflections on Skills of the Skillful by biohisham

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