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Memento Mori

Memento Mori

means 'remember that you're going to die'.

We know that our time in this world is limited, yet we still waste our time chasing something that isn't important. We're still chasing fame, other recognition, and maybe the wrong prize in life.

Remember, sometimes our clock is going to stop, and our chances to live have come to an end. Are you going to leave this world with regret? Or maybe you're going to sit one day and say, "Damn, I could be better than this. I could be the greatest."

I'm gonna tell you the truth. You can be the greatest, if you're spending your time wisely.

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