In the previous episode of our fictional saga, under the pressure of a new, bad job he felt forced to take, David had his second heart attack.
Fortunately, it was another mild one and after a month at home, his doctor okayed him to return to work. But David knew that returning to that start-up, even if it had been a good one, was asking for trouble. Besides, cliché though it is, flirting with death made him rethink his priorities: Maybe he should, at least for starters, while he's still not 100 percent, do a little volunteer work.
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