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A human's life can be compared to a car's in that when in the early years, both are smooth, free of imperfections and are at the top of their performance. Later on they start to notice they can't handle the bumps in the road quite as well and begin slowing down. Then at the end of the line, after much of their usefulness has been worn and stripped, all they can do is tell stories of their experiences while baring the kinks and defects from past adventures. Finally, as they expire, unfulfilled...

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The life of a human is one of accumulation of knowledge and wisdom to share with the world. Our physical abilities grow weaker, while our words grow stronger, unlike anything of a car

Someone growing up in a poor family would not have have a childhood free of imperfections.

I don't believe it; I watched Herbie Rides Again. He never wears out.

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