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  • a tiny possibility of something to happen keeps us on staying alive. for instance, we feel fine when someone leaves but we cry when one dies just because we will never meet him or her again. we are setting apart friends who love us for miserable reasons just to prove something to no one but personal ego and do not mind living with it. will anyone hurt the other one being aware not to meet that person ever after? will anyone leave being sure to never come back?
    that tiny possibility is tricky - it easy to believe you always have another chance, but you don't.
    so treat your family and friends like you have no other chance to see them again, you only live once.
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