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You have all probably heard the saying, or post-sentence phrase, of ‘like there is no tomorrow’. The suggestion possibly of doing something repeatedly or excessively in case it is your last chance to do so, like there is no tomorrow. ‘Like’ in this case to hypothesize and ‘tomorrow’ just meaning the day that will come after 2359 on the day you are currently living.

Something, of course, that has been emphasized is that actually, your last days on the planet may just have been yesterday, today or tomorrow as no-one can predict when they are going to die. Yes, the government is now taking cancer patients’ survival lengths to tell newly diagnosed victims how long they should expect to live with the disease but they cannot account for freak accidents or any other variable that could prove fatal. As one Facebook group is entitled “‘Ha! I’m older than you!’ ‘Ha!…

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