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Families The most important thing in our lives is our families form most of people they give you a reason to live and continue your own life they help you and you can count and depend on them in your life. They are the home where we can feel safe and we are all hoping the best for our families and my family is the best and there is nothing in this world could match the joy of being with my own family. And I forget to mention that we run a family business together It’s a small restaurant that offer a homemade food it’s called VEVO My mother and sister do the cocking and I work in the casher and my dad bring the ingredients Running this business makes us closer, help us to earn some good money and we can’t forget that it reinforce the relationship So I think that the family is the base rock off any society no one can
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