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  • Writer's pictureDave Driver


That's all we have.


I have my now and you have your now.

How will we use it?

To fix yesterday?

To solve today?

To make a promise to tomorrow?

And if tomorrow keeps its promise to us, how will our now make a difference to it?

What will you do with your now now?

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