Who says you have to follow the road most traveled? The herd says so, but what if you say no? What if you say you don’t want an education and a career, a family and a mortgage and a retirement plan? Just think what a different life you might live if you deleted all those subroutines and strode into your future unencumbered by someone else’s programming?
That sounds like heresy, but that’s where we’re at — heresy or orthodoxy. Those are the two roads that diverge in the wood. One, well-traveled and crowded, leads down into a muddy rut. The other, less traveled and lonely, leads up and away from the safe and familiar.
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