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Living In A Fickle Society

Growing up it was cute to act whimsical, to be unsure of everything around us, weighing our options, carefree and not fazed by people. Back then we never put weight on the actions of others or felt disappointment by them because it was never life altering, we were kids trying to figure out who we were. As we grow and face the perils of life, love, loss, sickness, or financial worries we are forced to grab hold of all things and people we hold dear, those we trust and find comfort and inspiration in.
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