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Life is Meaningless

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We’re creatures roaming around a planet. Life doesn’t require us to do anything more than meet our biological needs for shelter, food, water, and sex.

Marketers and gurus have tricked us into believing we need more than the essentials to be fulfilled; that we need a job we love; that we need to find careers that help others; that we shouldn’t work a 9–5, or work solely for money.




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