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Life Comes at You Fast. So You Better Be Ready

Hang on in the face of difficulty

Sometimes life goes our way and sometimes it doesn't. Life gives us bad situations, but it also gives us surprising gifts when we least expect it.

When we're going through a bad break, we should not forget Fortune's power to redeem us.

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