My whole life has been fortunate much beyond my deserts. Those in a position to give me the opportunities for research seem to have had a higher expectation of its outcome than I had, and their confidence has been a great encouragement and a spur for me to do better than I thought I could. I am very sensitive to personal relations, and my colleagues have always given me the real friendliness I so much need, despite the ungovernable shaepness of my scientific criticism.
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