It’s easy to give up when you’re young. You have that mindset of immortality. You can always do something new.

You’re only 23, you can do something new. That isn’t working. It’s hard. Well, you’re only 27, you can do something new.

That finds rhythm in your life.

Now, you’re 33. Well you’re still young, you have time. You’re only 38, you can do something new.

46… 52… 60… 81… 100

What if you die at 30? What if you’re not immortal? What if you don’t have time? What if there isn’t something new? What if you know exactly what you’ve been given to do?

What if you did it? What if you didn’t stop when it got hard? What if you fulfilled your life’s work?

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