The Struggle with Myself Between the Lines

I guess, this is it. Every moment is a culmination of moments before. Like words, moments are singular, linear, progressive events all exponentially growing into increasingly both simple and complex constructs of time. Some we live, others we remember. Much of it, like the morning breeze or the evening sunset comes and goes, never to return and often never to become memorable. Tomorrow, it will be a different…

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Pragmatic software engineer, editor, writer and occasional music critic. Lego and Mac fan. Accessibility advocate. Life enthusiast. | 5x Top Writer, 500K+ views

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Attila Vágó

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Pragmatic software engineer, editor, writer and occasional music critic. Lego and Mac fan. Accessibility advocate. Life enthusiast. | 5x Top Writer, 500K+ views

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