As We Look Ahead
It is with a sense of tremendous satisfaction that we write this Epilogue. It was a long journey that started in 2011, and we are well aware that this is but a milestone, albeit a significant one, as the journey will continue through many pathways. Looking back at where we started and then looking ahead to where we want to go, we pen this Epilogue, recording the modest contributions made, the lessons learnt, and some possible pathways for the future. If we sound somewhat self-indulgent, the reader must pardon us as it has been an arduous yet interesting journey that we are happy to document.
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