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Tru

Trust in God, not the media (or other naysayers). You can listen to the media, a.k.a. "chicken little," and believe that success is impossible. Or you can change your belief and know that with God and an optimistic attitude all things are possible. Instead of focusing on what they say you can't do, focus on what you can do.

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Hi, I am Nishi, A Passionate Freelance Writer, blogger, Reader, Learner and Traveller, Thanks! My Blog: https://www.meliorismlaconic.com

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