Yesterday Died For You

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In The Why Cafe, stressed cubicle worker John gets lost en route to his much-needed vacation. He ends up in a small diner in the middle of nowhere, where the friendly staff seems to be oddly clued-in not just about his trip but also his life in general.

Spending an entire night at the diner, John faces several existential questions — the…

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I write for dreamers, doers, and unbroken optimists. Read my daily blog here: https://nik.art/

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