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At least I believe in myself

by LetTheWolfin on July 15, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


When all else fails, if you stop believing in yourself, you're truly screwed. If you aren't cheering for your own team, who will? We are all like glorious flames, and sometimes, when we're flickering low and almost sputtering out, we just need someone else's pilot light to give us a little boost and then our flame can grow higher again. Oh, and good to remember that if your bright light shining gets in someone's eyes and they try to extinguish it, they're someone who doesn't deserve your warmth!

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