As I passed the storefront, I saw her inside bagging caramel corn. The scene was quaint. I entered without hesitation.
I asked Emily one question. “If you didn’t have to worry about money, what would you do with your life?”
This was her response.
“I’d travel everywhere” and “would do volunteer work with animals.”
I asked Emily if there was anything else she’d do, anything else she’d like to add.
“Nope, that’s it!” she said.
So what can we learn from Emily?
When it comes to dreaming, when it comes to living and loving life, simple works.
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