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Support Is Not Always There When You Most Need It

Support Is Not Always There When You Most Need It

Steve Harvey once told his kids “ When i am gone, i want you to remember that someone cared more about you than he did himself, and i want you to care for someone more than you care for yourself “

People will come into your life when you have lost hope. And these people will probably have nothing to do with knowing you or any family member.

Somewhere somehow, Someone would want to care for you more than they care about themselves. Nature has a way of balancing itself. Always.


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Life is a series of choices. And your choices have consequences.

From the joy of birth to growth. The sadness in watching a baby turn to an adult. The trials. The tribulations. The joy. The sadness. And everything in between till the end. Humanity has always been a constant unending circle. Study and learn. Here are 10 random things i feel i should share.

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