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As selfish as it sounded, she had to focus on herself. She kept trying to find happiness in other people, but realized it had to come from within her. Everyone wasn’t meant to understand her solitude and some felt slighted by her focus. Then again, misery loved company and she learned to love being alone.

@rsolo

GREG RAKOZY OLEG MAGNI

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