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Last Name 1 [Name] [Professor] [Subject] [Date] What can you tell your younger self about living life? What is some valuable advice that you could tell yourself? When I look into the mirror that illuminates you, I see a timid, calm young lady who is seriously fearful. Perplexed of disappointment, apprehensive of dismissal, anxious of dejection… and every one of these things are keeping you down like an anchor holds a ship near a shoreline. I would like to console you about something I know you are agonizingly unconscious of right at this point. You are sufficient. So if there is one lesson I can provide for you it is quit giving apprehension a chance to shield you from living. Life won't generally be simple and it won't generally be benevolent however don't flee for happiness frequently lies just underneath the surface of discomfort. Always remember that life can never take away your spirit and soul from you. You can always nourish the innocent soul and the thinking mind. All you need is full faith in your own capabilities. Fear would always be a threat to your growth. The inner strength always has the energy to beat fears. Be fearless, be brave. Do not forget, she who never loses, never learns and never grows. Failure brings with it the courage and essence of welcoming success.
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