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You write your own story and are the master of your own destiny. What happens with your life is for you to decide!
I could be a story of despair
If I chose to compare myself with others,
I can be a story of misery
If I complain and do nothing for the things which bothers,
If I take a few steps
I will reach somewhere
I if sit and wait for the right day
It might take forever
An idea is just a step away from becoming a reality
A dream is ready to take that leap of faith if you blend it with your morality
As we breathe in and out,
As we log in and log out
We connect, we disconnect
From the world and its intricacies
From the vulnerable realities and deep atrocities
Remember, rising above all the odds is always possible,
it is just for you to decide.
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