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Rated: E · Prose · Inspirational · #2187904
What philosophy do you live by?
Was Suess Right?


Never feel ashamed that you wear
your emotions on your sleeve. To feel
is to be unafraid to be honest.



Keep your thoughts inside, so no
one can hold them against you, and so
you can be free from interpretations.



Be selfless--the greatest role one
can have is the duty to help another.



You can't always sacrifice your
sanity for others--sometimes, you do
need to make time for yourself.



Always be happy, and always hope
for the best--then it will happen.



One must be honest and admit that
problems are always just around the corner,
no matter what you hope.



Hard work will
never let you down.



Perhaps we should all
try to be children again.



You can't burden anyone with your
problems--you must be unattached and free
to stand tall.



You cannot stand on your own. You
need love and family to truly live.



Be yourself, and don't worry what
other people think of you--after all, you
are you, and that's all that matters.



You must be respected to have
oppurtunities, and you must be appreciated
to have a support group.



Fortune favors the bold; you will
never achieve anything if you don't push
yourself to take risks.



If you are reserved, you can manage
yourself, calculate, and know exactly when
to act, and you will never fall.



Life really is a great balancing act.
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