Boy does time fly when you're having fun!
Better yet, time is irrelevant when you're 'doing you!'
Something to think on:
Do squirrels stress over what they need to get done in the day?
Do birds worry about getting old?
Does the sun emit more or less light depending on how it's feeling?
Nope! They're just doing what squirrels, birds, and stars do.
Just the same, I believe we (people) can be just as time-less. We eat when we're hungry (and stop when we're full). We s
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