Wait But Why?
Submitted by S. F. Ehrlich Associates, Inc. on April 5th, 2021
March 31, 2021
A client recently shared a blog post from the blogging website Wait But Why (https://waitbutwhy.com/) that we would like to share with you. While it only takes a few minutes to scroll through, it has the potential to leave you pondering. To make the post more meaningful, substitute your age for the age of the author. Do the math on how many of ‘whatever’ you have left.
Pay careful attention to the last section: Relationships. If you use the author’s methodology and apply it to your life, you may view some of your relationships somewhat differently.
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