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What Advice would we have given our self !

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Find you passion and go for it. Don't let anyone or anything keep you from reaching your goal. There are many roads to choose from, some are longer than others, always choose the scenic route. Every new person you meet knows something you do not so learn how to listen. Mr. Morgan Thorpe of CA, USA shared a nice thing as - an old homeless man told me when I was young that if I don't get what I want in life I have no one to blame but myself. It is some of the best advice I was ever given. Give freely of what you find; this does not only mean material possessions. If you are happy, smile, if you have climbed a mountain, bring up others so they too can enjoy the view. Always remember, that if you can laugh at it, you can live with it. Times will be tough, no doubt, and when the world says, "Give Up," Hope whispers, "Try it one more time." Never, ever, ever give up. There is always another day, another sunrise there is always hope. You must believe that no matter what. God will always do for you what you cannot do for yourself. He may not always take away the pain, but pain is often a promise of progress. Hold onto your purpose at all costs. Be prepared to walk through fire to keep your integrity. It goes a long way. You were meant to shine. Keep away from people, places and things that will drain your light, that will steal your soul that will take your serenity. Never be afraid to walk away, or turn around if you walked down the wrong path.

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