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This is not a story about death. This is a story about Life.

What makes life worth living? that question has consumed the minds of philosophers, scholars, and writers for centuries. socrates felt it was striving to know and understand ourselves. Alice Walker said it lay in expressing our deepest feelings and emotions. today’s positive psychologists believe it is meaningful work, play, love, and service to others. We don’t know which of them—if any—are right. But maybe, just maybe, the way

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