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As for me, Im just passin through this planet
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"As for me, I'm just passin' through this planet"

- Howard Finster

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This quote by Howard Finster talks to the concept of life being a journey. It recommends that life is a temporary experience, and that we are all just going through this world. Finster's words remind us that life is short which we ought to make the most of it. He encourages us to take risks, explore, and make the most of our time here. He also implies that life is a cycle, and that we are all part of a larger, interconnected system. We are all connected, and our actions have an influence on the world around us. Finster's words advise us to be mindful of our actions and to strive to make a favorable distinction on the planet. Ultimately, his words remind us to maximize our time here and to value the appeal of life.

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USA Flag This quote is written / told by Howard Finster between December 2, 1916 and October 22, 2001. He/she was a famous Artist from USA. The author also have 11 other quotes.

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