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Essay by Philip Peace- Pass it out

Written by Akinwale Peace.

Pass it out.

     "The pride of doing what you've never done is what keeps you trying hard to do it, and when you are done, you'll marvel that you could do it".
Such is an easy task which people often put in much ado. Taking the responsibility of oneself is to do what you fear to do, it makes you a hero in your own sense, in your reasoning and in your existence.
     Fear will come, lack of concentration will come but you will have to be focused tho' the attention has been diverted.
For instance, when you want to eat your food, tho' you are watching a movie and doing other chit chats, can the delicious meal direct your hands to your noise despite the distraction caused by the pings and distraction by the food, you can't fees through your noise, you'll be held back by something unknown...
"Let your mind be put in what you do".
Therefore, "not lacking concentration can  make you pass those blank and complicating words out in a meaningful way", but if you are not concentrating, "write what comes to your mind and reedit when you are in the right frame of mind. You'll find out some senses in your assumed nonsense".

"If you don't want to try a new thing, the Golden thing you fail to try will rot without been made use and at last becomes a waste".

Golden word.

"Force yourself to do what you thought you can never do, it's called faith, sooner you'll be surprised"

"words from the innocent mind"
              Philip Peace

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