For starters, everybody experiences problems within their life. Not a day goes by where someone on the planet isn’t tested with an extremely trying situation. Thus, one should draw the conclusion that no matter where they go or what they do, difficulties will eventually arise and make their path moderately rocky. With no intent of sounding like an inspirational speaker, by foc...
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...easoning behind these alterations of environment and physical attributes are due to uncontrollable circumstance or a yearning for something new within our innermost soul no one may know. The only thing for certain is this: you have the power to make a change, a change that could benefit the world or a change that could continue the destruction of yourself.
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