|...||transcribed by Laurence Platt in Nametag: A True Story|
In 1979 I went to South
Africa and led the first series of ten guest seminars there which
enrolled the first one thousand people and inexorably started
Werner's work in South Africa.
At the end of one of those seminars at the Newlands Hotel in Cape Town, a man came up to me and said in a thick "boer" accent: "You spoke for an hour. I didn't understand anything you said. Whatever you've got, I want it.".
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