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"ONE STEP AT A TIME"



It's one step at a time. There's no hurry, there's no rush to it.
Sometimes the step is backward but then you just have to turn around and move forward.
Sometimes you stumble and fall, you just have to pick yourself up and keep moving.

Don't try to overhaul your life all at once. Instead focus on making one small change at a time. Over time, they'll add up to big transformations.
You don't have to get it all right at once, you can't do anything but to just take one step at a time.

To get through a tough journey, we only have to take one step at a time, but we must keep stepping . It's not going to be easy but it'll be worth it and before you know, you are there.
You'll get tired, rest.
You'll feel like giving up, don't.
You'll feel lazy, keep your focus.
There'll definitely be tough times but keep stepping.


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Love
       Kamby

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