In Conclusion, Don’t Worry About ItNEW YORK TIMES BEST SELLER
Release date : April 3rd, 2018
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People will tell you your entire life, “Be in the moment.” And, that perhaps is a futile pursuit. You can’t possibly see the future. You can’t know [what] the moment you’re in will mean down the line, so you just have to be there as much as you can. Life is surprising.
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