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26 March 2019

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Simon Davidson

When I go to the ATM, or anyplace where I know that I will be standing in a long queue, I take a book to read.

After meeting new friends standing in the line with me and chatting, when the pleasantries die down, I do another thing - take out my book and wing my flight to another world, the world of imagination.

Then time flies, and I am enchanted and maximising my time for inspirational pursuits. I use downtime to empower myself instead of letting the mad rantings of the restless crowd poison my mind.

Daniel Kumbon

Paul, being impatient is one of our attitude problems. I can list others but maski.

Yes, standing patiently on line can provide opportunities to meet new friends - ask for matches, lime or share news and information.

It is a good place to read too. Sometimes you will see people bury themselves in a book, newspaper or magazine. While others are busy on their mobile phones until it is their time to be served.

Being patient builds

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