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A place further than the universe

A place further than the universe

If you want to learn those things you got to get going. Then just keep moving until you see something you've never seen before.

No matter how far you go the world is so big. You'll definitely find something new.

It's a little scary but I know you can do it.

Because.. people who feel the same way will find you right away.

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A place further than the universe

When you go a journey, there are things you learn for the first time.

That this scenery is indispensable.

That people change, the world changes, even when you're not looking.

There's no such thing as a "nothing" day.

That your house has its own smell.

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