We think back to our first year in school, that feeling of excitement and anxiousness. We remember the mean kids who pushed us down and the ones who put a hand down to help us back up. We got to come up with games outside and color in our notebooks. With no worry in the world what tomorrow brought, we were just kids. Then we got older and had to move to elementary. We m...
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...years of schooling now it is time to fight the rest of our way through life. You only get the outcomes you want when you give it all you have. If you are just willing to give up then you obviously didn’t want it that badly. This may sound cliché but if you believe it you can achieve it. Climb mountains and swim across oceans for people. Do things that will make the best of stories. Make a difference, a huge difference. Don’t hold back and never hold yourself back because of someone else. No matter how much stress is on your plate or just how hard you believe your life is you will get through another day. You will take another breath and realize you survived. Today you are doing just fine. Tomorrow you are going to be just fine. Congrats and remember it isn’t people’s words that define you it is the standards you set upon yourself. By all means just be happy with it.
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