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I thought of this as I was sitting one day. It makes sense but it makes you think as well. As you're growing up its hard not to think about all the bad things, but if you try not to you'll have a lot more fun!

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I Believe

I believe in happiness, though I never feel it.
I believe in the stars, though I never get my wish.
I believe in God, though I've never heard him.
I believe in my future, though I don't know where it's headed.
I believe in my friends, though they lie.
I believe in love, though I don't know what it is.
I believe in life, though I die.

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