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Here is my little background: I am a HS calculus teacher by profession. Since I picked up graduate math study one year ago, I have been discipline in setting aside at least one hour each day to read and do proofs, especially in abstract algebra since I was told that it is the backbone of all other branches. I do see small improvement in maturity, but I would like to see more.

This thread is prompted by @mathwonk 's response to my posting in abstract algebra forum. Thank you very much for your time and suggestion.