When you're young, you live your life looking forward. The future looms larger and more full of promise than the past, and everyone not afflicted with incurable pessimism believes that the best is yet to come. But all things age, and die, and wither away, and there comes a time when every human being must pause and take stock of his or her mortality. It can be a hard thing to acknowledge that the expanse of the past is wider and more fertile than the ever-shrinking distance to the future's horizon, yet this is a reality that no one can escape.
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