"I hope you will no longer accuse me of a lack of delicacy. as I now count on your understanding"
- Gustav Mahler
About this Quote
Gustav Mahler is expressing that he wishes his previous activities or words that may have been perceived as aloof or doing not have in tact will no more lead to complaints of insensitivity, as he thinks that the person he is dealing with now has a far better understanding of his intentions or reasons behind his habits. He is basically requesting for forgiveness or understanding from the individual, as well as expressing his hope that they will certainly no longer hold it against him.
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