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What If You Lose the Last Five Years of Your Life?

Can you pay the cost of starting over again?

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There are many times when we think nothing really happens in our lives, nothing spectacular or worth saving. But what if you lose the last five years of your life? Would you feel like you have lost something that is very important to you? Would you want to take it back?

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Jocelyn Soriano

Jocelyn Soriano

Catholic freelance writer and book reviewer. Get my free e-book DEFENDING MY CATHOLIC FAITH… https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09KP7TFFL

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