Not All Those That (Intellectually) Wander Are Lost

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“You’re so lucky that you already know what you want to do in life”, she said as I told her I was going to be the no.1 golfer in the world. I was 15 years old and had just won my country’s national amateur championship. I couldn’t understand how anyone didn’t know what they wanted to do in life. I mean, you just do what you really want to do, right?

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