I'm currently learning the usage of から and got some sample sentences with a similar meaning, but I can't wrap my head around why in one example から is omitted. If used, is it just giving more emphasis of it being the being, but not really necessary? Does it have something to do with the time?

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This type of から is optional, and removing it won't change the meaning of the sentence. There is virtually no difference in nuance, and I feel neither is more emphatic than the other.

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