Five Card Story: Never give up

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For a little while, we were children at least once. As you can see, the youngsters in the first shot have a real smile. As children, we love playing without worry, we smile without reservation, we cry over little matters, and we become the source of enjoyment. The mature lady there is displayed since I grew up to be a joyful and mature person. The blossom represents life’s encouragement that there is growth, elegance, and whenever there is beauty, there will be desire, though that desire has unexpectedly become docile. As seen in the next photo, which demonstrates a foggy and serene bridge, indicating that it’s okay to make mistakes because failing once, does not necessarily imply that you’re a failure. I feel that failing proves that you’ve been striving hard. The final picture represents the mental state. It is indeed a fantastic time to allow yourself to have an opportunity to reflect on anything and everything, particularly how to fixe the situation as well as how to begin over and proceed. Even though I know that there is always a rainbow just after the downpour. Maybe we should live our lives regardless of what occurs, so if anything stops us, we should be passionate.

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