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So read the closing lines below Clayton Paul's signature in his e-mail. I would read them quickly when I'd receive his e-mails and they always had a calming influence on me. As I was writing this letter from the editor, I looked at one of his e-mails I'd saved and came upon these lines again. Now that Clayton has gone to sleep on this side of eternity, I read them again and came to a different interpretation. Previously, when Clayton was living I never thought to ask him what these lines meant to him or why he chose them for his e-mail signature. I merely assumed he liked the poet Robert Frost and during the business day, there wasn't much time for idle chit chat.

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Electromagnetic Compatibility Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:1 ,  Issue: 3 )

Date of Publication:

Third Quarter 2012

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