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“Gratitude” “Only know you love her when you let her go” Passenger sang, casually stating one of the most relatable feelings all humankind experiences. Why do we only realize that mangoes are our favorite fruits when it's winter and we can’t have them? Why do we love school wholeheartedly once we’ve graduated? Why do we only realize that childhood is awesome once we’re asked to “grow up”? No matter how many “live in the moment” posters you see or how many hours you meditate, truly living in the moment seems impossible. All through your childhood you think about how cool it will be when you grow up, all through your thriving youth you think about being an adult, and you spend your adulthood regretting growing up so quickly. It's a vicious system, and there’s no way to escape it. No matter how hard you try, the toddler will want to be a teenager and the teenager a toddler again. This unexplainable feeling resides in our hearts for eternity, and it applies with reference t