Open-Mindedness Opens Our World to How Others View Their World

When you’re young, you think you’re invincible.

This had led many of us to pursue things that we would prefer not to look back on by the time we reach out the mid-thirties or, better yet, when there are more wrinkles on our faces, our knees are creaking, our bodies are more capable of sleep and sedentary lifestyle than before.

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Professional copywriter. Online Social Marketing consultant. Lover of books and stories. Blogger and yoga lover http://www.marshametta.com

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