The Easiest Way to Live a Short, Unimportant Life
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"When you cease to make a contribution, you begin to die."
The act of contributing, no matter how small, allows you to derive a sense of self–worth. When you contribute something to the world, you matter.
You change the course of other's lives by what you create and contribute.
Be an active participant in life and contribute to the world around you. You don't have to create big contributions, you just need to live out small ones each day.
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