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Why the marketing line "this is your life, and it's ending one minute at a time"? I don't mean to be rude, but it's kind of an aphorism, and a morbid one at that. But I see people whom I respect making this observation. I'm sincerely wondering why pointing out the obvious is important



Our bodies have a finite number of breaths. We don't always prioritize our time that way when it seems like that.

Maybe it's also a mindful presence the most of one's day/week/month/year is important.

I recall another post about a graph that is generated for the # of your weeks that are used up. It's powerful, and as positive, or not, as I guess as one wants to make it.


It's a line from Fight Club, fwiw.




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