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The way of sin

Never be the same as I walk alone with the potential that I never gonna underestimated. My life is only derived from the beginning to engage in never speech hopeless situation. I was sourrounded with fear with breathlessness. Never say never. I was alive then. What was it. That keep me alive with common people.
I am not a perfect human. I am just me with lot of hope. With lot of sin. I am me with my breath.
I never thought I would be as good as I am now. It was a dream comes true. I always wish to fullfill my dream. I have done this.
I never thought I will be as bad as I am now. I never give up. But I fail to coordinate the circumstances. I fail to judge myself from being good or bad. I am wrong. I am dishonored, I am being humiliated, I am being bangged like a false shepherd, I am washed away, I am withdrawn, I am in back with clean face no anger but mistakenly misfortunated. I don't have clue whatsoever. I am just out of my way, out of my ambition, out of my lagecy
And that's my lagecy. I am not finished yet, I am not gonna give up. I am in my position, I am the best. I have believe, I have the path which is end yet. I am taking each my breath to be just myself.
Myself means a lot to me. I will gonna die. I will gonna end my journey sooner or later. But I am not gonna stop myself from being ambitious. I have the courage, I just need to show it. I have the spirit, I just have to use it. I have the luck, I just have to believe it.
Believe me. I am gonna win. There is no lose but has many gains. Gaining the thinking possibly. Remember every human has ups and downs but who believes has just got the upperhand of others.


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