Happy New Year

It’s a new year

A new start

Let us look to the future

And forget the past

Let us look forward to everything

Appreciate everything around us

Let us make some happy memories

Along with the sad ones

Let us meet new people

And go on new adventures

Let us be glad

Instead of always complaining

Let us learn new things

That we have always wanted to learn

Let us try to understand ourselves

And everyone around us

Let us look to the future

And forget the past

I just wanted to wish everyone a HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! Life is a beautiful journey and this year is going to be a new chapter, a new adventure for us all. Remember to be positive, try new things, get out of your comfort zone, and ask out that girl/guy you’ve had a crush on for so long! This year should be about you so instead of trying to please everyone around make sure you make yourself happy first. I hope you have an amazing year ahead of you filled with love and happiness and excitement! A special thank you to my family and friends for their continuous support and their encouragement.

“Year’s end is neither an end nor a beginning but a going on, with all the wisdom that experience can instill on us.” – Hal Borland

“Tomorrow is the first page of a 365 page book. Write a good one.” – Brad Paisley

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My Favorite Books Of 2015

*Warning: May Contain Spoilers*

This year I have tried to do a lot of new things (like start blogging) and so I tried to read more books than I usually do. I tried to read at least one book a week and these are some of my favorite books I have read this year in no particular order.

Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green and David Leuithan

“You can pick your friends, and you can pick your nose, but you can’t pick your friends nose”

I read this book pretty recently and absolutely fell in love with it. Honestly everything John Green does is pure genius but in this book David Leuithan adds his own spin to the story which makes it even better. This is probably my favorite YA book. Not only is it very relatable and down-to-earth it also brings out a lot of important issues we all need to deal with. It revolves around two teenagers both called Will Grayson and an openly gay friend Tiny Cooper. The two Will’s accidently bump into each other one night and the second Will Grayson who is gay ends up having a deep connection with Tiny Cooper. From there the story progresses and involves a lot of drama, singing, acting, whining and bickering (and that’s just the first Will Grayson!). The first Will Grayson’s parts are written by John Green. He is whiny, mildly irritating, pessimistic and needy. The second Will Grayson’s parts are written by David Leuithan. He is depressed, also pessimistic, gay, an introvert and cynical. I would highly recommend that you read this book. I’ve also written a review on this book that you can check out here.

A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini

“One could not count the moons that shimmer on her roofs, or the thousand splendid suns that hide behind her walls”

This touching book is truly incredible. It revolves around the life of two Afghanistani women who come from different backgrounds but wind up suffering the same fate. It begins with Mariam who is under sad circumstances forced to marry a man more than twice her age when she herself is only a young teenager. The same happens to Laila and she is coincidently forced to marry the same man a few years later. He is abusive and savage and makes their life an absolute living hell however after going through so much together Laila and Mariam form a special bond that brings them together as they start to plot to do the impossible- escape their husband. Their past often comes back to haunt them all through the book. This book also gives us an insight on the life lived in Afghanistan in the latter half of the twentieth century.

Paper Towns by John Green

“It is so hard to leave until you leave. And then it is the easiest goddamned thing in the world”

John Green is definitely one of my favorite writers mainly because I can always relate to his characters. Paper Towns is pretty dark but at the same time it is really realistic and relatable. It revolves around a teenager called Quentin and his crush Margo. When they were young they were really good friends but eventually they grew apart and Margo grew up to be very popular but completely unhappy with her life and Quentin grew up to be an average teenager who was okay with how his life was going. However, everything changes one night when Margo takes Quentin on an adventure than completely disappears. Quentin thinks she wants him to find her and in doing so he learns more about himself and her than he ever thought possible and he starts wanting and doing things he never knew he could. This book is both engaging and amusing at the same time. If you want to read more about this book I have written a full review that you can read here.

An Abundance Of Katherine’s by John Green

“What is the point of being alive if you don’t at least try to do something remarkable?”

As you can tell I’m pretty much obsessed with John Green’s books right now so obviously I needed to add this one to the list too. Unlike most of Green’s books this one is lighter and more amusing than anything else. The main character, a teenager called Colin only dates girls called Katherine starting with the letter K. His life seems to be going downhill as his girlfriend breaks up with him so he goes on a road trip with his overly optimistic best friend Hassan. On the way he thinks about what he wants to do with his life and learns how to deal with not being perfect or a genius. On the way he meets Lindsay who has some issues of her own and together they begin to learn about life and its meaning.

A Game Of Thrones by George R. R. Martin

“Never forget what you are. The rest of the world will not. Wear it like armor and it can never be used to hurt you.”

So I finally began reading George R. R. Martin’s series of A Song Of Fire And Ice and I had to add this book to the list. So the story revolves around the Stark’s, Baratheon’s, Lannister’s and Daenerys Targaryen. When Ned becomes Hand to King Robert Baratheon he discovers dark secrets that are being kept in the palace and his learning the truth may just end up destroying his entire family. On the other hand, Daenerys is married off by her psychotic brother to Khal Drago and at first she is miserable but soon she learns to embrace her new life and even begins enjoying it. The best part about reading all this is you get so much inside information the TV show doesn’t offer. I mean I love the show but the book is definitely more detailed and in-depth in comparison. This series of books are amazing and you should definitely read them especially if you’re a fan of the TV show. You can also read my full review of this book here.

The Book Thief by Markus Zusak

“She was one of the few souls that made me wonder what it was to live”

I think this is my favorite book of all time. It is really unique in the sense that it is narrated by none other than death himself. It is absolutely amazing and has brought out so many feelings! It is set in Nazi Germany and revolves around a young girl called Liesel. Her parents who were communists left her with the Hubermann’s to keep her safe. She soon becomes friends with Rudy Steiner her neighbor and they go on lots of adventures together and eventually end up being very close. She also grows close to her gentle hearted and caring step-father Hans Hubermann and her short-tempered but loving step-mother Rosa Hubermann. This story is a rollercoaster of emotions but it’s worth it. It also gives a great insight on the life of Germans during the rule of the Nazi’s and the Second World War. If you want to read my full review on the book you can read it here.

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Things To Do In 2016!

Since it’s going to be 2016 soon I thought that I would start it positively and try to achieve some of my goals. This year I realized even though I turned eighteen I haven’t really achieved everything I thought I would by the time I’m an adult. For 2016 I felt like I really want to try new things and have some fun before I start university. So I decided to share some things I’m planning to do this year so maybe you guys can do it too and bring positivity to your lives in the coming year.

Get a jar- I actually read about this on the internet and thought it was an amazing idea. So you get a jar (preferably large) and you decorate it however you like (there are some pretty cool ideas online) and then every time something positive happens in your life you write it down on a piece of paper and put it in the jar. This is a great way to store your memories. At the end of 2016 you open the jar and read all the great things that happened that year. This idea really appealed to me because I guess we all have times when we don’t feel very happy and going through this jar may be the perfect way to cheer yourself up. Plus, no one can remember everything that happens and when I was thinking about the things that happened in 2015 I realized I had actually forgotten some things and with this jar I won’t forget all the great things that will happen in 2016.

Get a journal- so obviously I love writing but I’m not a fan of talking and I find it very hard to express myself verbally and that’s why I have always kept a journal where I can write about things I’m going through and how I feel about them. This year will be no different. I plan on writing about everything that goes on so I can read through it at the end of the year. I know it sounds kind of cliché and corny but it’s actually great to read about your experiences and how much you have learnt and grown. Plus, you can someday pass it on to your kids or someone you care about (or publish it and make some cash!).

Make a list- make a list at the beginning of the year of all the things you hope to achieve in that year. You can write about things like what grades you want if you are in school/university or you can write about some work goals or relationship goals you hope to achieve. You can pretty much write about anything and everything you want to do that year. Then stick the list somewhere you will see it every day. I’m planning to stick mine above my bed so I can see it every morning when I wake up and every night before I sleep. This way you will always remember the things you hope to do and it will be a kind of motivation for you to do it.

Say “thank you”- this year you need to be grateful for everything and everyone you have in your life. Write a list of people who mean a lot to you and simply thank each one of them for being in your life. Tell them what they mean to you and how much you appreciate everything they have done and are doing for you. This year make sure you don’t have any regrets and live each day like it’s your last and treat everyone like they deserve. On the other hand try to cut out everyone in your life who is bringing negativity to you. You do not need people like that in your life. If there is someone who is trying to hold you back, make you feel bad about yourself, put you down- cut them out. Don’t let them hurt you anymore and don’t let them control your life anymore. A new year means a new start and trust me you can’t start afresh with people like that around.

“You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream.” – C.S. Lewis

So I hope you enjoyed this post and I hope you will try out some of these things in 2016. Don’t forget to like, follow, share and comment about what you’re planning to do next year!


Merry Christmas

The children come

Running down the stairs

Laughing and shouting

Excited to open their presents

The parents sit and watch on

Contently sipping from their mugs

The children all got what they wanted

They had been very good this year

And today

They can eat as much sugar as they like

They can have cookies

And candy canes

And chocolates

And they can sit with their parents

And watch Christmas movies

Until the evening

When they have dinner with

All their relatives that they love

Today they can be unconditionally happy

Because today

Is Christmas


So I just wanted to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and I hope your day will be amazing and filled with happiness!

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Book Review: Will Grayson, Will Grayson

*Warning: Contains Spoilers*

“You can pick your friends, and you can pick your nose, but you can’t pick your friends nose”

Will Grayson, Will Grayson is another enchanting novel by John Green and David Leuithan that I have absolutely been obsessed with lately. It has the realistic yet engrossing characters and plot that we have now learned to associate with John Green while on the other hand it also has a darker and definitely relatable side that Leuithan is responsible for. This collaboration of writers is so perfect because they both bring out the struggles of both being a teenager and being homosexual so well. Green’s Will Grayson is admittedly needy and clingy but otherwise lighter and funnier whereas Leuithan’s Will Grayson is depressed and in general darker.

Just as the title promises this books revolves around the lives of two teenagers both named Will Grayson except they seem to lead very different lives. One day they coincidently cross paths and their lives change forever. This book very openly discusses homosexuality and it is set in a town and school where homosexuality is accepted. One Will Grayson is gay while the other has a very open, happy-go-lucky gay best friend named Tiny Cooper.

Tiny Cooper is one of the most energetic, optimistic, talented and loveable characters I have ever read about. Not only does he inspire everyone around him to be a better person he also pulls off the greatest musical ever seen. His character provides us with light, over the top, dramatic moments filled with humor that just makes everything so much more fun.

The first Will Grayson is a needy, pessimistic and easily embarrassed teenager who doesn’t seem to be doing a great job fitting into high school. It’s really ironic that he is best friends with Tiny Cooper who seems to constantly do something to embarrass him. However, he does explain that he is friends with Tiny because he defended his right to use the locker room even though he was gay which some people on the board disapproved of. Will wrote a letter to defend Tiny and ended up being called a “bitchsquealer” and was left friendless except for Tiny which he isn’t exactly optimistic about.

The second Will Grayson is extremely depressed, homosexual and lonely. He thinks he may have met his soul mate- an online friend called Isaac who he chats with. However, Isaac turns out to be a fake person created by a girl he knows from school called Maura.

Will Grayson and Will Grayson collide and cross paths when the second Will thinks he is meeting Isaac for the first time at a porn shop but instead runs into the first Will who coincidently happens to be there too. The second Will ends up meeting and starting to fall for Tiny Cooper whom he seems to have a special connection with. However, Will is just so messed up and depressed that eventually his personality and Tiny’s always happy personality collide and they end up breaking up.

Whilst all this is going on Tiny is still struggling to make sure his play goes perfectly however he keeps changing the script which is driving everyone crazy. The first Will is mad at Tiny for how he portrays him in the play but they eventually make up and with the help of the second Will Grayson the two Wills give Tiny a surprise he’ll never forget to show him how much they love and appreciate him. The play is a huge hit and everyone is absolutely thrilled.

In the end, everyone learns more about themselves and each other and they end up forming a bond that will remain with them forever. The two Will’s learn more about themselves from each other and they end up understanding one another and the people around them better.

This book is definitely my favorite book this month and it has really made me think (just like most John Green books do). Plus, it has an amazing happy ending which is great and a little unexpected considering John Green isn’t always a fan of happy endings. This book is also the first gay-themed YA book to be on the New York Times Children’s Bestseller List which is not surprising as it’s a wonderful book. However, the sexual content and language used may make it better suited for older teens.

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Why Boys And Girls Are Not Equal

Before I begin, I would like to say to all the feminists out there – please don’t kill me. Also I am not speaking in negative terms, or opposing you. I am just expressing this whole issue in different terms so please hear me out.

When people usually ask me (and this is very rare because who wants to talk about world issues) “are boys and girls equal?” and I unfortunately respond “no”, they’ll go nuts and start accusing me of being ‘sexist’ and ‘gender biased’ etc.

Firstly, could you specify in what terms you are asking me that? Do you mean “if we can attend school together” or “if our thinking is the same?”

We often talk about how girls should have the same opportunity and jobs as boy (or vice versa). Obviously they should, but let’s talk about something discussed less often- why we are different, how there is nothing wrong with it and why we should embraces our differences rather than criticize them.

Let’s take the yin and yang symbol, if the whole symbol was black or white, we wouldn’t balance out each other. Just like men and women, the differences bring out our beauty and we have to respect these differences. If we were all the exact same than our species would have very little chance of survival. We are supposed to be different because that is what keeps the world running. Yes we should absolutely get the same chances but that doesn’t mean we are the exact same people. Everyone thinks differently and instead of trying to conform we need to learn to embrace our own uniqueness and appreciate it.

And therefore respect yourself, no matter what your gender is, you can do any particular task in your own fabulous way. You don’t have to turn into the other gender to do it. We are both strong in our own different ways, in your own wonderful human being self. Don’t change your dream or yourself. Be yourself.

Which brings me to my second point, why all the comparison? I don’t understand. If we were all equal and the same, we’d be so boring. We wouldn’t have a different opinion, a different way of doing things, a different view.

Comparing males and females is like comparing your right shoe with your left shoe. If your right shoe is so superior why don’t you wear it on both your feet? Neither the males nor females are superior, we are both important in our own ways.

So tell me, do you want to be equal or equally different?

“The biggest challenge in life is to be yourself in a world that is trying to make you like everyone else”

“Why fit in when you were born to stand out?”

“If you are always trying to be normal you will never know how amazing you can be!” – Maya Angelou

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Her blonde hair shines in the sun

Her blue eyes sparkle

She is finally happy

Doing what she loves

She chose the wrong career at first

She was influenced too much

By the people around her

She met the wrong man

He never treated her right

As soon as he heard she wanted to keep the baby

He said goodbye and left

Never to be seen again

She cried and fell apart

And then she picked herself up

Her beautiful daughter now means the world to her

She went back to college

And got the degree she had always wanted

She met a handsome lover

Who always treated her right

They got married and she told him

Thank you for making me

Finally happy


Book Review: A Game Of Thrones

*Warning: Contains Spoilers*

Recently I began reading George R. R. Martin’s A Game Of Thrones which is the first book from his A Song Of Fire And Ice series. When it comes to the fantasy genre I must admit I am not always a huge fan and I am hardly ever impressed but this book is truly amazing.

Like most people who enjoy reading (and as a self-proclaimed bibliophile) I almost always prefer reading the books rather than watching the show/movie however for some reason (peer pressure- you know who you are…) I decided to watch the show first because honestly with school and everything going on at the time I didn’t have time to read the book. Everyone seemed super obsessed with the show though so I started watching it around the time when season 5 got over and tried my best to avoid spoilers. I have been totally obsessed with Game Of Thrones since then and since we still have to wait for a while before the next season I decided to start reading the books.

To imagine the setting in this book one must imagine an old-fashioned, misogynistic and corrupt world where seasons last for years and people die at the blink of an eye. The Seven Kingdoms are ruled by the incompetent King Robert who couldn’t care less about it and almost everyone around him seems to have their own selfish reasons for being there. Everyone who tries to fight for justice and what’s right seems to gain nothing much except a painful death. Also, most characters seem to be fighting for their “rightful” claim to the Iron Throne and are ready to hurt and destroy everyone in their path to gain it. Plus it includes a bunch of magical and mythical creatures too! There are of course Daenerys’s dragons and we can’t forget the White Walkers who are almost entirely indestructible.

The book is very similar to the show and the events are very similar if not the same. It begins just like the show too. However, the book brings to it a depth that cannot be shown on TV. It tells us background stories with far more details, it gives us more information about the characters and their ties with one another and most importantly it gives us a look into the thoughts and feelings of the characters. This is especially important in the case of characters such as Bran where he doesn’t really talk much and almost everything about his character involves his thoughts and mind.

Another character who I loved learning more about was Khaleesi. The book really helps explain her character more and I really enjoyed that. Also, Tyrion Lannister’s thoughts are just as funny and intriguing as his words. The book just makes me love him even more. I would have loved to read a little more about the thoughts of other characters such as Cersei, King Robert and perhaps even Joffrey but I’ll take what I can get.

In the story, Ned accepts King Roberts offer to become Hand to the King (not that he had much of a choice) but soon he starts digging up some secrets and learns about things certain people (cough… the Lannister’s… cough…) would prefer to be kept quiet. Being a fair and just person he seems to always try to do the right thing but in a place like Westeros that is the most dangerous thing someone can try to do. Things soon begin to heat up and the ending will leave you shocked (unless like me you have seen the show and know what happens).

Meanwhile, Daenerys is at first unhappily married (sold off) to Khal Drago the ruler of the Dothraki by her brother Viserys but soon she begins to embrace their barbaric way of life and finds that she fits in with the Dorthraki better than she could have ever imagined. Her fascination for the dragon eggs given to her as a wedding gift grows and she seems strangely obsessed with them which will all lead to the end of the book where she emerges from flames cradling three baby dragons- the first living dragons seen in hundreds of years.

In conclusion, I believe everyone should read the entire series of A Song Of Fire And Ice at least once and especially if you’re a fan of the TV show. I really enjoyed the first book and am definitely going to read the other five too.

“Never forget what you are. The rest of the world will not. Wear it like an armor, and it can never be used to hurt you.” – Tyrion Lannister

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Good Bad Habits

There are habits we are all familiar with that are frowned upon however some of them may actually be more beneficial to us than we care to admit. Here are a few good bad habits:

Chewing gum– firstly chewing gum actually helps you reduce your calories (go wild ladies!). To be exact it burns 11 calories per hour. Furthermore, it helps you curb your craving for sweet and high calorie foods. Secondly, chewing gum gives your ability to concentrate a boost so maybe schools need to start allowing students to chew gum in class (just a suggestion).

“For some reason, chewing gum for me gets my brain going.” – Brie Larson

Swearing– even though we are constantly being told off for cursing it turns out swearing is really psychologically good for you (take that every adult ever!). Psychological studies have shown that swearing not only helps relieve/decrease pain it also helps you feel stronger. It also just generally makes you feel a lot better about situations. Sometimes the best remedy may just be cursing to your heart’s content (as long as you don’t harm anyone in the process). Swearing is also a great way of expressing your emotions, especially for people who find it difficult to express themselves. It helps you show anger, joy, surprise and so much more. And lastly, sometimes you just want to emphasize a point you’re making and swearing is a great f*cking way to do that.

“When angry, count to four. When very angry, swear.” – Mark Twain

Daydreaming– it may sometimes be frowned upon but we spend almost half our waking time with our head in the clouds because let’s face it- that is way more fun than actually listening to people (especially teachers). Daydreaming may actually make you more intelligent because it expands your spontaneous cognitive skills like intuition and sudden insights. Daydreaming also opens up your creative gates so if you’re a chronic daydreamer like I am don’t worry because you have great company from people like Albert Einstein, William Shakespeare, the Bronte sisters and many more! Furthermore, daydreaming helps your memory- studies show that daydreamers are more likely to remember things even when distracted compared to others. Finally, drifting off for a while may be a great way to relax and relieve your stress for a while. It’s also a great way to fall asleep for insomniacs because it really calms down your body which can help you sleep.

“Never let it be said that to dream is a waste of one’s time, for our dreams are our realities in waiting. In dreams we plant the seeds to our future.”

Being messy– all our lives we have been told to clean up and be organized by everyone around us. We are often even told that cleanliness leads to success and messiness to failure. However, for us disorganized people it is almost impossible to stay organized and by the time we’re adults we end up giving up. But the thing is we’re perfectly comfortable in our mess and we actually work best in our clutter because for us it’s our comfort zone. Some studies actually conclude that messy rooms actually provoke creative thinking and working in chaos has certain advantages. In fact, being messy has even been linked to signs of genius and higher than average IQ.

“If a cluttered desk is a sign of a cluttered mind, of what then is an empty desk a sign of?” – Albert Einstein

So as you can see some bad habits can sometimes actually be good for you and if something gives you comfort maybe you should stick to it even if it is frowned upon by others.

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Dream Crushers

So recently I’ve been noticing our entire society is just really into ruining people’s dreams. It’s happening everywhere even in our schools and homes. As soon as a child is born we all have a certain idea of what it should be like and what career it should pick in the future and we pretty much plan out its entire life. As the child grows up we keep encouraging it to do what we want and when it hits a certain age when it has to pick a career we pretty much force it into doing what we want. If someone has a different idea we all just rip into it and tear it apart. If someone wants to do something that society doesn’t exactly approve of everyone just completely discourages that person until their dream is dead.

And it’s not just things that society doesn’t approve of- it’s everything. Something as simple as wanting to start a blog can be ruined by everyone around you. When I was a little girl I had wanted to be a writer because I loved reading and loved writing even more but of course what did I hear- writers don’t make it, you’re going to end up broke, only a few writers make it and you won’t be one of them. It was so hurtful but I was still young so I didn’t feel as bad about it and I kind of let it pass. I never realized that unconsciously my one true dream had been crushed and I had started looking for a different career.

Around the time I started high school I realized I loved helping people out, giving advice and just in general listening to people’s problems. Consequently this led to me wanting to be a therapist. For me there is no feeling that compares to how I feel when I help someone out and you would think people would be supportive of this but they weren’t. Some of the first comments I heard were- it’s dangerous, why would you want to work with crazy people, you’re going to end up broke. It was so painful to hear these comments from people whose approval I felt I needed at that time. Even though for years I had literally dreamt of nothing but becoming a therapist I started to again rethink my choices. I began doubting myself because even though deep down I knew this was all I wanted to do other people’s comments got to me.

Now, as I write this I finally realize that it doesn’t matter what people tell me. I no longer need the approval of those around me because if you truly care about someone instead of putting them down you would support them. Even if it isn’t something as simple as career choices, even if it is something crazy, if you love someone you support their choices because you should have enough respect for them to understand that they need to do what they want not what you think they should want.

For years I tried to seek approval and please everyone around me but I now realize that people like that don’t deserve it. No matter what I do they will always find something negative to point out. Also no one has the right to tell me what I should do with my life because I am the only person who will live with the consequences of my choices. Sure you may end up being absolutely right and I may end up broke or unemployed but at least I will have done it my way.

I will end this post by telling all the people out there who dare to dream that do not stop dreaming. Even if it may seem crazy and unachievable to people still- go ahead and dream. You will come across lots of people who will tell you otherwise, people who will do anything to poison your dreams but don’t listen to them. In fact, cut them out of your life as soon as you possibly can because you don’t need that negativity in your life. If someone truly loves you they should love you for who you are not what they want you to be. And to all the people out there who get so much pleasure from destroying other people’s dreams, even if you think what you are doing is for the best it isn’t. What you are actually doing is slowly suffocating everyone around you and forcing them to be miserable just like you. It doesn’t cost anything to support someone who’s trying so hard to achieve their dreams. Just because you don’t like or probably don’t understand something or someone doesn’t give you the right to destroy their life. Having someone ruin your dreams can literally psychologically destroy someone. Unless you are ready to take full and total responsibility for ruining someone’s future and if you are okay with always being blamed by that person for their misery do not negatively interfere in their life.

Please, let’s just support one another instead of destroying each other. Be the change you want to see in others. Don’t be a dream crusher.

“You may say that I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one. I hope someday you will join us, and the world will live as one.” – John Lennon

“If you can dream it, you can do it.” – Walt Disney

“I want to be around people that do things. I don’t want to be around people that judge or talk about what people do. I want to be around people who dream and support and do things.” – Amy Poehler

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