In a sentimental mood.

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      Considers how President George Bush's brush with death at Camp David, when his heart began to fibrillate as he was jogging, has resulted in a subtle but unmistakable change in his outlook and demeanor. More candid and confiding; How he revealed he cried while wrestling with decision to begin war against Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein; Skipped over highly emotional lines in speeches in the past; More introspective; Self-conscious attitude toward his health.