There’s never enough, and it goes by so quickly.
Way too quickly!
I like this quote very much. The closer I get to the end of it, the more valuable it seems.
You remind me of something my dad once said in a Query interview (Expectation): “You pull out a tape measure, and you roll off the inches, you look at the average life span. And it might be, in my family, let’s say that it’s 90. Even if you put it that long – Daddy was 97, Mother was 87 – then you look at my age on there, 63. And you look how far you’ve been. And what you’ve got left. Well, I have spent most of my resource. And that is uncomfortable for someone who’s saved most of their resource all of their life.”
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