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  • I was having a small talk with my father last night. I told him some good things about a film that I saw recently.

    He liked the ideas and good things I mentioned about the film and then he said,

    “I can see you do know to how to admire delightful things. You see the wonder from them which means there ARE noble good parts in you. But how come you still act like as if you were a crazy little bad kid?”

    “I never wanna hurt anyone or admire horrible deeds. I’m just depressed.”

    I answered.

    “Well, you have to know being depressed is worse than being bad sometimes”

    “Why?”

    “Being depressed equals no hope. You become one of those desperate minds. Next, you lose dreams. Then you are despair. And every thing turns to darkness, you are not a difference from a dead corpse. Don’t be depressed, at least don’t end up in despair.”
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