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If we all want and need friends why cant we get along with people who are willing to be our friends Why do people complain about the communities they live in yet refuse to do nothing about it themselves Why do people say they hate someone even when they dont know the person they are going against When will humans recognize that beauty isnt found in a magazine its whats found deep inside your heart and that whats inside is what makes that person who they are What causes people to take life for granted and act like they have nothing when they actually have everything and dont realize it All of these questions and more are points in everyones life that we all have to deal with Life is always looking for the light at the end of every dark and treacherous tunnel and never looking behind you because you think the path is getting to rough To live is to learn we need to take one of lifes endless lessons from our laborious journeys of the past and the present and use them towards those coming up in the future Even though choosing the bumpy road isnt always the most secure way it usually has wonderful things waiting at the end Love is one of lifes most complicated things to understand and the hardest thing to realize once you have it Love is knowing you have someone at the end of the tunnel waiting for you that will care for you and tell you that you made and then prepare you your next trek Love is the warm feeling you get inside every time that special someone walks past you and you make direct eye contact It is the cause for that uncomfortable silence that always makes you wish someone else would come into the room Nature is one of the things that all people need to consider
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