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LETTERS: Listening is a skill that needs to be acquired. To pay attention to a person or friend talking to you, one has to have a lot of patience, empathy, attentiveness and must be in the right frame of mind.

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NSTletters Just as the best way to learn and improve in a game is by watching others play, the best way to gain knowledge and wisdom is via the power of listening, which only needs a little bit of patience and focus.

LETTERS: Listening is a skill that needs to be acquired. To pay attention to a person or friend talking to you, one has to have a lot of patience, empathy, attentiveness and must be in the right frame of mind.

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