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I just saw a sentence:

Most people lose curiosity even before they have reached maturity.

{Simple Present (lose)+ before + Present Perfect (have reached)}

Now, if I write:

Most people lose curiosity even before they reach maturity.

{Simple Present (lose) + before + Present Simple (reach)}

What is the difference between the two sentences?

Thanks in advance.

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