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50 years from now
one day I was really thinking what I am going to be when I hit 65 or 67, and I drew a picture of me in my head and that picture looks like that I will have a long white hair and my body will be full of muscles, my chest muscle will be so big and I will play a lot of sports and go to the gym everyday morning to run and weight lift and am be grandfather for 4 kids and a father for 2 men, and I will have a very big house with huge backyard with a pool and basket ball court and I will get 5 cars and 2 motorcycle, and I will audacious my self in every thing because I will not going to think that any thing will be important because my life will end soon, I will race a lot with my cars and for money and I will do every thing illegal about traffic that I wasnít able to do it when I got my license, I will go to different clubs and play lottery just for fun, and I wont going to stop working in any job but I guess am have my own restaurant at chapel avenue in port liberty, and I will really live my own life that I didnít live it before.
I will play soccer and basket ball with my sons and my grand sons and I will join a basketball team in Jewish community center, also I will do a lot of things to keep my body in a good shape and active and in a good health.
I will go to so many countries in Europe, Asia, Africa, and I will travel overseas and I will stay in each country for at least 2 days, also I will get more closer to god and I will pray and go to church a lot so that I can confess about my sins to get to heaven after I die, and I will really live my own and just my life
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