“If today were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I am about to do today?” — Steve Jobs.
Steve Jobs recounts his unbelievable battle against—and eventual defeat of—pancreatic cancer. The following is a visual tribute to the man and his unique approach to, and perspective on, life and death. In other words this is Job’s take on “memento mori”; made all the more poignant as he was later to succumb to the disease in a subsequent relapse.
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☀︎ This video is Part 3 of a Steve Jobs trilogy:
► Part 1 → Why I Dropped Out of College
► Part 2 → How I Found What I Loved To Do
► Part 3 → What Is The Single Best Invention of Life?