Everybody Dies, But Not Everybody Lives

Does it ring a bell with you┬ – In your┬ first years of college, there’s a splurge out on earned pennies. Then the socially defined ‘norms’ of establishing stability┬ set in, bursting the bubble. Once the rigid 9-5 job set in, you started saving and even walked away from your own moments of escapades. And time trickled away. Days passed by, months passed by and years passed by. When on the verge of a possible promotion, you rationalized all dream procrastinations, making defined norms of

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