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Rae Gee
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Author of the award winning Veetu Industries series. Tea addict. Engineering junkie.
Author of the award winning Veetu Industries series. Tea addict. Engineering junkie.

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It takes real grit, and a lot of heart, to keep following your dreams especially when the going gets tough. Sitting back on your heels and complaining about the life that you currently have isn't going to help you to change anything. You have to be the proactive one.

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Allow yourself to grow and flourish. Let the petals of your life uncurl and live your life your way.

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Finding your passion can be easy. Following it can be a trip that forces you to face life head on. Tommy Odetto is a Californian musician who recently stopped by the blog to talk music, life, passion, and following his dream of recording at Dave Grohl's Studio 606.

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Life is like an ocean with the waves of different emotions and situations coming and going. There are things that we want to happen in our lives. And things that we'd rather keep moored to the shore.

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The world needs healing right now. People feel alone, lost, despondent. They feel like they're drifting and forgotten, forsaken by a world that they thought loved them.

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There's only one person on this planet who can help you.

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I'm bipolar. It's something that I don't hide. Quite the contrary, in fact. I'm loud and proud about this unusual brain of mine, a condition which may, or may not, be the product of an overdose.

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Christmas 2016 is nearly upon us and, for many of us, this year has been one of great highs and crushing lows. There have been moments when we wish that the world around us would end. But, in contrast, there have been many times when we couldn't have wished for a better time to be alive. There is so much happening around us, both good and bad, and it's what we make of those circumstances that counts. Do we let them crush us? Or do we allow them to turn us into a better version of the person we currently know?

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Sometimes inspiration comes from the most unlikely of places...

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We live in a world that tears people down. The goodness in people is diminished in favour of tearing them down for what others see to be negative aspects. In a world where distressing news stories and violence are broadcast 24/7, it's hardly surprising that many people react to everything, including the people around them, with negativity.
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