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It sounds obvious but in personal life seldom we plan, plan well ahead or plan big. I have just screwed up planning around my newborn son’s passport and visa so much that I hang my head in shame. I have paid a heavy price for it and have learnt a HUGE lesson and felt blabbering the below line. Hope it makes sense to you.

Life pays those who plan and make them pay those who don't.

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