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  1. Insults remain disturbing, regardless, if not for the same reasons, because not everything is about the way one feels.

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  2. Yes, but masters rose above these things.Thanks The Crow.

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  3. The master considers more than just his own feelings. The hurling of insults goes contrary to the natural order, and the master - no two being alike - is aware of this. He may be personally immune, but cares for the source of the insults, and for the well-being of all.

    An inconvenient consequence of mastery.

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  4. I don't think it is inconvenient consequence for them. Thanks The Crow.

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