• L.E.E.

What is it? It’s a disease?

FIRST

You’re little.

You are just about to realize that you are different.

You are interested in all that others don’t.

You want to know how things work, what we are, what is our purpose.


AFTER

You start demonstrating your ideas.

You find out your ideas actually work.

You realize you are capable of understanding human behavior like no other.

You raise above your generation.

You fulfill all your big dreams at early age.


NOW

You are eager for more, for something big.

You are eager for making a difference.

You are eager to get away from your comfort zone and expand you knowledge.

You are eager to understand new, different, momentous people.

What is it?

IT’S A DISEASE?

Or what?

L.E.E.

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