He who dies with the most toys wins

"He who dies with the most toys wins" is a child-like sentiment, and yet there is comfort in the physical items that surround us. They offer a concrete means to validate our place in the world, which delivers tangible stability.

When do we graduate from childhood’s external value measures to the maturation of internal worth? Hopefully, before we die.

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