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Sometimes in life we are selfish. Sometimes we are cruel to others. We don't know what they are going through or anything about them and we should stop, put ourselves in their position and just think!
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Should you always say what you feel
Think, is the person you're telling going to be able to heal
Is what you're saying necessary for everyone else to know
Just because you're thinking something, maybe you should just let it go
Everyone else around you may not be as strong
Some things need to be kept hidden and you should move along
You don't know where that person has come from or where he's going to go
What kind of day he's had, you just don't know
Before you blurt out everything you feel
Think, is the person listening going to be able to heal?
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