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WASHINGTON, DC - MAY 11:  A "Before I Die" public art display that invites people to share what is the most important thing they want to do before dying is seen May 11, 2012 on 14th & Q Streets, NW, in Washington, DC. "Before I Die" was an idea originated from New Orleans artist Candy Chang who had transformed the side of an abandoned house in her neighborhood into a giant chalkboard for people to reflect what is important and meaningful to them. Local DC resident Sophie Miller set up the wall funded by herself and her friend Travis Moore in the memories of their grandparents to the joyful and caring lives they lived, in the form of public art for the community.  (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images) WASHINGTON, DC - MAY 11: A "Before I Die" public art display that invites people to share what is the most important thing they want to do before dying is seen May 11, 2012 on 14th & Q Streets, NW, in Washington, DC. "Before I Die" was an idea originated from New Orleans artist Candy Chang who had transformed the side of an abandoned house in her neighborhood into a giant chalkboard for people to reflect what is important and meaningful to them. Local DC resident Sophie Miller set up the wall funded by herself and her friend Travis Moore in the memories of their grandparents to the joyful and caring lives they lived, in the form of public art for the community. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)  

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If the Mayans were right, the end of the world will be here in just a few weeks’ time.

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