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1) Taking the easy way out

1) Taking the easy way out

 ‘Anything for an easy life’ is certainly not the motto of someone with sincerity.

Because staying true to yourself often demands that you stick up for what you believe is right.

And as we all know, what’s right isn’t always what is easy.

We have to be prepared to stick up for ourselves and the way of life we most admire and respect.

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