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How to Live Forever
     

How to Live Forever

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by Johnny B. Truant
 

We all want to live forever, but we shouldn't. We're not supposed to. Ironically, if we could literally live every single day that time and space have left, our lives would be almost meaningless. It's the end of lives that cause them to matter.

But your life, short as it is -- and perhaps because it's short -- can have more meaning and more effect on other

Overview

We all want to live forever, but we shouldn't. We're not supposed to. Ironically, if we could literally live every single day that time and space have left, our lives would be almost meaningless. It's the end of lives that cause them to matter.

But your life, short as it is -- and perhaps because it's short -- can have more meaning and more effect on other people than you can possibly imagine… if you chose to let it.

The end of your life is not the end. Not unless you let it be, through your actions and inactions during the time you're alive.

The end of your life -- thanks to the turbulence you leave behind you in the stream of time -- is the beginning.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940044931268
Publisher:
Johnny B. Truant
Publication date:
09/06/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
284,083
File size:
56 KB

Meet the Author

Johnny B. Truant blogs about entrepreneurship and human potential at JohnnyBTruant.com and is a regular contributor to premier business blogs Copyblogger and Problogger. He’s also the director and MC of the Virtual Ticket program for Blogworld (the world’s preeminent new media conference) and co-hosts the Self Publishing Podcast at SelfPublishingPodcast.com.

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How to Live Forever 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Was good. Jms
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you live forever it would make your life pointless and meaningless.