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The fact that Sage takes so long to start is a problem. Though, if you want to use any function from Sage you need to run this import as it does initialize the many libraries it is using. You can still run a Python 2 (or Python 3 depending on your configuration) kernel and then run from sage.all import * in a cell. The kernel will start faster but you will still have to wait for the initialization to be done.