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if I’m a king, or engineer, or Indian chief, or teacher, or Marine, or phlebotomist.

It really doesn’t matter.

All that matters is that I’m here now, and I decide to let it matter, to let today be, as Rumi said, the drop of water that contains the whole ocean.

Should I choose self-imposed vainglorious suffering, or follow some part of my heart and pray not to get lost?

Either way, the moment leads me back.

You can;t ignore today; you can’t ignore God.

So really, it doesn’;t matter.