Delicious Ambiguity | the rainbow named trust
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〝She was brave and strong and broken all at once, but as cliché as it may be we need to remember that, the fire that melts the butter is the same fire that tempers steel. 〞
It took Maira a long time to realise that she could do everything right and still wind up miserable. She had said the correct words, did precisely what she was told and had taken after the strides of considerable number of people who swore by their success and the technique encompassing it, yet she ended up being displaced-because she didn't ever choose to simply listen to herself; because when it comes down to it-life is tied in with making yourself proud on your own terms. It's a delectable vagueness-a delicious ambiguity. It's about finding a happiness that works for you.
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