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    Lauren Martin
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    What’s a mantra or quote (by a man or woman) you live your life by? Something you find yourself saying more often than anything else. Something you tell yourself when you’re afraid. Something that keeps you going…

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    Lauren Martin
    Lauren Martin
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    “I have no desire to suffer twice, in reality and then in retrospect.” ― Sophocles

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    Lauren Martin
    Lauren Martin
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    To hell with them. Nothing hurts if you don’t let it. – Hemingway.

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    And yet.
    —-from The History of Love, by Nicole Krauss

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    May today there be peace within… may you trust that you are exactly where you are meant to be… – mother teresa

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    „This, too, shall pass” – proverb from the medieval Levant

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    “ It all starts with you. You’re the temple & you have control” – Taraji P Henson

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    Live life as the person you want to be.

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    Danniah Daher

    Why are you in such a hurry? You know it isn’t good for you. You know.

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    Danniah Daher

    1. Everything is temporary.
    2. All he wants is to fuck you. Do not forget this.
    3. Stop apologizing, stop being nice, stop tolerating bad people.
    4. Think as though every little thought in your head is a prayer.
    5. There is not enough time for hating yourself. Too many things to do. Get up.

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    A joy shared is a joy multiplied a sorrow shared is a sorrow divided

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