MINDGAME3 Keep your heart as light as a feather. - December 07, 2014 add/view comments (0)

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I really do not have much to say,but think big,stay focus on your heart desires, run away from negative minded people,extreme selfishness is a disease,stay aware of your thoughts(inner talking),find your true self,forgive yourself and others and to consistently entertain negative thought/emotions can make u ill .PEACE.

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