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I always want to learn but I am sure on my dying day I will feel like I left something in the bucket
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"I always want to learn but I am sure on my dying day I will feel like I left something in the bucket"

- Tim McGraw

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This quote by Tim McGraw speaks to the idea that no matter just how much we learn in life, there will always be something delegated discover. It recommends that even on our passing away day, we will still seem like there is something we have yet to discover. This speaks to the concept that life is a journey of knowing and development, which we must never ever stop striving to learn and grow. It likewise recommends that life is limited, which we need to maximize our time here on earth by finding out as much as we can. This quote motivates us to take advantage of every chance to find out and grow, and to never stop making every effort to end up being the best version of ourselves. It is a reminder that life is short, and that we must make the most of it by finding out and growing as much as we can.
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USA Flag This quote is written / told by Tim McGraw somewhere between May 1, 1967 and today. He/she was a famous Musician from USA. The author also have 32 other quotes.

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