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Review of My story  
Review by GU35T
Rated: 13+ | (5.0)
Truly touching story! Things happen in life, good or bad, but the best thing I’ve learned to do is to stand back up and see the better side of them. It’s not always easy, but it sure does save you a lot of complaining and worrying.
In my case, I had carpel tunnel syndrome because of a video I’d play nonstop. I was the best player who almost never lost a game. But when signs of pain occurred in my wrists, I became somewhat annoyed. I ignored my mom’s warnings and continued playing, but that only resulted in major pain to where I’d have to apply hard pressure to my wrists in order to stop it. Then I took a break, a long break, from everything - my guitar, the piano, lifting objects, even my device. I couldn’t really do much anything but stare at the ceiling in my own room, contemplating if I’d have to get surgery to stop the pain from happening. It took 2 years, but on that Sunday morning, two people prayed for me. I don’t remember what they said, but since that day, I was given a second chance with my wrists.
So I agree that life can be confusing when bad things happen. But later in life we seem to begin to realize that they’re actually there to help us grow and learn to be the best us we can be.
Review of Genesis 6:9  
Review by GU35T
Rated: E | (5.0)
This was so touching and heart warming! I’m sorry for your loss, your grandfather I’m sure would be proud of you for writing this cause I sure am.
I had lost my grandma just last month. It took a lot of courage for me to say that I wanted to play the piano at her funeral because she loved music. Before they called me on stage, I was scared to cry in front of everyone, especially my brother who doesn’t always take me seriously. And when I got on that stage and made a speech for my grandma, I couldn’t help but feel the tears falling from my heavy eyes. But in that moment, I wasn’t afraid of crying anymore because I knew my grandma was worth my tears, and your tears were worth it for your grandfather.
In my opinion, crying shows that you are strong because you aren’t afraid to let others see it. Although it does take strength to hold back tears, it takes more strength to let them fall in front of others. Sorry if this was long, but this has encouraged me greatly. Thank you for this, and I hope you and your family are doing well. God bless you :)
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