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Your best self already resides inside you.
Just like Michelangelo chipped the slab of marble to bring out the piece of art hidden within, you need to chip away everything that isn't t...
You were amazing when you were a kid, but the disappointments and negativity of the world began to blind you from your greatness, stifling and burying it in the last few decades.
Even if now ...
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