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Brave Intent Of The Day 14/11/11


11.11.14 Posted in Book Excerpts by

November 11

It’s better to die fighting for freedom than to live life in chains.

On the other side of fear lies freedom and that is why we must acknowledge, confront and dismiss 

the ghosts that haunt us and limit us. 

Whisper in my head…

andyThere can be only one driver…even if their bad at it:)

 




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