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Never let someone else's expectations of you, cage you in when you were created to fly. Dream your own dreams and follow your own heart. Even if its hard or scary. Its worth it. And I promise u, u will fly. But first, you will have to let go of those people AND their expectations. Too much baggage will keep u grounded.

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