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It seems almost natural to be concerned about the future. A child is born and the parents and ‘society’ naturally look forward to what the child would be socialized into; in essence, what would become of the child in the future. For Duke, life became more meaningful when one had control over it. And the only way to achieve this was to live in the now. Live for today, tommorow will take care of itself!…
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