“Staying in Touch”

"My Brain Train"

“And there are those who never stay in touch. And there are those who do. And the ones who never stayed in touch show up at the funeral feeling oddly guilty. And that guilt is ironically as important as the importance they had put on staying in touch. But in the end the freeing factor is that we really only wind up doing what is important enough in our lives to actually motivate us to want to to do something. And that is fine. As long as we don’t bullshit people at the funeral with creatively thought out excuses.”

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