When you die, most of the stuff you have right now will fall into one of these 3 categories

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Cleaning out my father’s house after his death remains the strongest memory of the series of events that unfolded over an unexpectedly short period in the life of a…

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Osundolire Oladapo Ifelanwa

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Architect. Writer. Aspiring Immortal

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