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The Most Important Lesson I Learned from Philosopher Søren Kierkegaard

Everyone is different and everyone has different experiences.

Note: The proper Danish pronunciation of his name is “sorn KEER-ke-go.”

“The highest and most beautiful things in life are not to be heard about, nor read about, nor seen but, if one will, are to be lived.” ― Søren…

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