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Experiences Are More Valuable Than Your Possessions

You don’t own your possessions, they own you

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Modern life has led us to accumulate a mass of things that we don’t need.

My room at my parent’s house is a perfect example of this. I have so much stuff in it that I rarely use. Numerous pieces of lego are sat on a shelf collecting dust.




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