The Great Equalizer

Here’s a little something that brightened up my day. It is taken out of the chapter “Get off the golf course and DO something” from Lee Iacocca’s book “Where Have All the Leaders Gone?”, which I have written about previously.

There is no escaping mortality, and the older you get the more you’re reminded of it. Death is the great equalizer, and we all look pretty much the same lying in the coffin. Life is where you can make things happen. So, if when you retire you think, “I’m tired. It’s time to relax,” think again. As the saying goes, you’ve got all eternity to catch up on your rest.


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