Most of us have lived multiple “lives”. Grade school life included anxiety about writing and memorizing spelling words. High school life included agonizing about pimples, popularity, and proper clothing choices. Early adult lives revolved around impresing professors, drill seargants, supervisors, and most certainly the object of our affection. Lives after age 30 may include marriages, divorces, births, lay-offs, ailments, illnesses, and losses of varied types. No matter which life we are currently living, each of us can benefit from lessons taught by experience and maturity. Everybody Has to Go is a collection of some of those lessons.