I decided to take a walk around the world.

I was doing well till I got to the shores of the Atlantic Ocean. I stopped, and got flustered. I didn’t like stopping, so I waded in.

I kept going and was soon underwater. Underwater walking takes longer and my progress was slowed. Plus it was hard holding my breath for so long.

I soon began losing my enthusiasm.

But then I remembered how the philosopher Albert Schweitzer said, “If you find yourself at the end of the universe, and you forgot why you went there in the first place, then you are twice blessed.”

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