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Today, peace. Tomorrow, Nobel Peace Prize?

by Staraj on November 29, 2012   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


No, I don't aspire to one day receive the famous accolade. However, this six is realistic in that it can serve as a reminder to myself that it's today that makes tomorrow possible. So, though I won't fret about the unlikeliness of being presented a famous medallion, I will, nevertheless, keep striving for my daily "noble peace prize". Awarded by me . . . to me.

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