When The World Pushes Down, Push Back
For the longest time the world seemed to be pushing down on me
The world had made me drop to my knees, with all the pain that was surrounding me it seemed as though that there was nothing left for me.
I seen no point to even be around anymore because my life just kept falling apart. Around every cornor my life was falling apart,
little by little, day by day, I started to lose myself but I wouldln't allow myself to give in fully, on the brink of losing all, my humanity the world push down but This time I pushed back. Through everything that I had been put through it seemed as though I wasn't going to rise to the challanges that I had come to face but when the world tried one more blow I showed the world I don't go down without a fight. I rose to the challanges that had been knocking me down and defeated them. I sood tall and proud, I had finally found the strength to face my challenges, to face the people trying to drag me down and push back. Though in this world we face challenges that may try to topple us, you always must remember that no matter what you have to find the strength to keep you going, do what you love and what makes you happy. Forget what other people say and forget about all the bad things, live your life and be who you are. Let your heart and talent shine. Never lose faith, Never lose who you are, Never forget where you come from and Never forget the people who will always be there for you to pick you up when you fall.
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