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Norman Cousins - Death is not the ultimate tragedy in life. The ultimate tragedy is to die without discovering the possibilities of full growth.
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    Norman Cousins
    American Editor, Humanitarian, Author 1915-1990
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    Death is not the ultimate tragedy in life. The ultimate tragedy is to die without discovering the possibilities of full growth.
    Source: Good Housekeeping November 1989, p. 92
Death is not the ultimate tragedy in life. The ultimate tragedy is to die without discovering the possibilities of full growth. by: Norman Cousins
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Death is not the ultimate tragedy in life. The ultimate tragedy is to die without discovering the possibilities of full growth.
- Norman Cousins
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